Explore La Gomera
Part of the Canarian Archipelago located off the west coast of Africa, La Gomera…
…is a million miles away, yet just a forty minute ferry ride or a twenty minute flight, from its better known neighbor, Tenerife or Las Palmas.
Renowned for its ancient laurel forest; its lush, tropical landscape and its aversion to mass tourism, and remains wholly unspoilt, passionately preserving its environment and its heritage. La Gomera islands was awarded the prestigious Biosphere Reserve recognition by UNESCO in 2012. Life moves at a gentle pace along the village promenade lined with small, family run restaurants and cafés with their sunny terraces looking out over the bay
La Gomera history & Facts
The island of La Gomera is the second smallest island in the Canary Islands.
La Gomera is blessed with an attractive virgin forest covering the upper slopes on the north side of the island. it is a laurisilva forest.
Deep Sea Fishing
La Gomera is a Paradise for those with a passion for deep-sea fishing and jigging.
The “Gomeros” are well known party lovers – and the traditional Christian celebrations blend with pagan traditions.
Food & wine
Fresh and unspolied would be the best way to describe the food in La Gomera.