In the five weeks since the eruption began, lava from Cumbre Vieja has covered more than 850 hectares.
No immediate reports of casualties, damage after the volcano spewed plumes of ash 3.5km high.
Streams of lava have lain waste to more than 742 hectares of land and destroyed almost 2,000 buildings on La Palma.
Despite regular eruptions, people of a village in Cape Verde continue to rebuild their homes at the foot of a volcano.
La Cumbre Vieja began erupting on September 19 and has already forced more than 6,000 people from their homes.
New lava stream follows path down the Cumbre Vieja ridge towards the western shore of the island.
IDPs decry dire living conditions including lack of food at makeshift camp months after volcanic eruption in east DRC.
Lava flowing faster from Cumbre Vieja, the volcano that roared back to life on September 19.
2018 eruption of Kilauea caused widespread damage, but officials say latest eruption poses no immediate threat to homes.
Huge clouds of steam billow into air as red-hot lava touches the water amid concerns of explosions, toxic gas.
The recent volcanic eruption is the first since 1971 on La Palma, which has a population of 85,000.
Fresh evacuations ordered as explosions and new openings are reported from La Palma’s Cumbre Vieja volcano.
Molten rock flowed towards the sea, closing in on a densely populated part of the Spanish island.
Meeting of the lava with a body of water could cause explosions and produce clouds of toxic gas.