Hermigua It is a mandatory stop on our visit to La Gomera, to understand the past, the present and the future of the gomeros, today with an excellent Ethnographic Museum, with an access to the walking trails and Gofio Museum, where you can learn about the gastronomic customs of the inhabitants of the island.
Agulo stands out for being a point of reference that connects with a network of walking trails, in which you get lost and rediscover your childhood.
Its natural and picturesque landscapes, have transformed it into a reference for thousands of tourists that seek to escape from the routine of the city enjoying a healthy and peaceful environment.
Garajonay National Park and its forests of trees similar to the laurel, leafy and of an intense green, crown the steep center of the island. Laurisilva forest, abundant millions of years ago, is now found in very few places in the world, in this case, with almost 4,000 hectares of ravines with streams and steep edges.
La Gomera was the last territory touched by Christopher Columbus before arriving in America on his expedition of discovery in 1492: for this reason, it is also known as the “Colombina Island”.
Discover the charm of the locals and get lost in the different towns of the island, it becomes a “Must” for all visitors who are attracted by the allure of the green island.
WHERE TO EAT and enjoy the best local cuisine.
We show you the best establishments in the region, where you can try a typical cuisine.
WHAT TO DO in this corner of the Atlantic.
We present you some of the best places in the region to enjoy your visit to this corner of the Atlantic.