La Gomera

This small island has a beautiful environment. It varies from dramatic mountains covered in green forest to lovely beaches. The island is also practically undiscovered by tourism, so you can experience everything in a calm and easygoing way.

At the top of La Gomera you find the national park Garajonay. It’s a 372 km2 big park with a highest point at 1487 m. Here you can hike on one of the about 60 walking trails and enjoy the nature. The park is even listed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritages. 

Thick, green forrest.
The national park Garajonay is full of green forrest and other vegetation.

Watch vendors, nightclubs and crime are very close to zero. The beaches do not hold the same high class as Gran Canaria or Tenerife, but the water and sun is just as warm.

Sandy beach next to a mountain, people are bathing in the ocean.
Beach in a nearby village, Valle Gran Rey.