La Gomera

From thrilling outdoor pursuits to tranquil escapes, La Gomera offers a unique experience to nature lovers, hikers, and peace-seekers. The island boasts diverse flora and fauna within its valleys, mountain ranges, and in the heart of the ancient Garajonay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island preserves its deep cultural roots, featuring the Silbo Gomero whistling language and charming rural hamlets.

Where is La Gomera?

La Gomera is one of the Canary Islands of Spain, situated in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of Africa. It is located off the west coast of Tenerife and is the second-smallest Canary Island.

Natural Magic

Exceptional landscapes are never far away

From a distance, La Gomera might appear as an impenetrable fortress, its landscape defined by soaring rock walls. White specks of houses seem daringly placed on inaccessible crags. The natural spaces are the true magical essence of the island, offering infinite hiking trails, dizzying viewpoints, and charming little villages within a spectacular natural environment.

Where should I visit in La Gomera?

Garajonay National Park
Mirador de Abrante
San Sebastian

Garajonay National Park

Garajonay National Park is home to an exceptional laurel forest, a humid, subtropical vegetation type that once covered much of Southern Europe. Enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the park covers approximately 11% of La Gomera, sprawling over an area of about 15 square miles. Its dense green forest, interspersed with rocky peaks, hidden springs and brooks, and connected by an extensive network of hiking trails, showcases an extraordinary biodiversity.

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