The Caldera de Taburiente National Park offers an impressive backdrop. In the middle of La Palma is the most powerful sinkhole of the world located. This caldera has a diameter of around eight kilometres and is about 2,000 metres deep. The crater was formed by several landslides, collapses and erosion. With its high rock faces, mighty pine trees and gorges, the park offers a magnificent scenery for various activities. In addition, as a biosphere reserve, the park is home to a rich flora and fauna. The visitor centre is located in El Paso.