Top Attractions in La Gomera
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- This is an incredible area of cloud forest. The landscape (and roads through it!!) are amazing. It is fantastic to see the forest in cloud but it is also very nice to see the views without the cloud. So if you have the time to go more than once (or, on some days, just to wait half an hour) then I recommend trying to see it in different weathers.Written June 8, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We spend two weeks holiday in this region, from 10th to 24th October in Playa la Calera.
The town of Valle Gran Rey includes the three villages of La Calera, La Puntilla and Vueltas.
During our holiday we walked along the Promenade de Playa de la Calera, it took us through La Calera, La Puntilla leading to Vueltas and the Port. En route we visited the beaches of the three villages and the Port
Walking away from the seafront we strolled through the narrow streets where we saw unusal buildings, wall art, oddities all combining to create an adventure filled with surprises.
The unusual sights are side by side with historic, traditional, commercial and cultural buildings.
There are numerous restaurants, cafés, bars and a wide variety of artisan, souvenir and supermarkets throughout the region
The Valley is formed by the two large cliffs, La Merica 983 metres high on one side and Teguerguenche 497 metres on the other.Written November 29, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- As with most Canary Island towns, the church is always the centre of the town & often spectacular.
This one is nice & with lovely wooden doors & ceiling.
Ok for a quick look.Written July 29, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We walked for a day from Hermigua more or less following the El Cedro stream passing the waterfall, making a roundabout south of El Cedro area and back to Hermigua. Several hiking alternatives but rather steep and only for the sure footed. Also easy walks are possible in this fascinating forest.Written April 13, 2021
- Typical Canarian Beach, Black Sand.
Close to town centre, & a great place to watch the ferries coming in & out.
Both Fred & Armas dock here many times a day, mostly from Tenerife, including Baby Fred on his trip to Valle Gran Rey, 50 minutes away.
Busy at weekends & bank holidays as used mainly by the locals.Written August 12, 2022
- I visited in early June and found it to be wonderfully quiet, but with enough places open to be very enjoyable. It feels pretty remote (although right next to the little airport) and I recommend it as a place to relax.Written June 8, 2022
- This is a nice park with various different areas for relaxing or exercising.
Unfortunately most peeps write about the castle rather than the park even though the Torre Del Conde does have it's own T/A page.
A very nice place to stroll through close to the town of San Sebastian, but not with your dogs, as they are not welcome.Written July 31, 2022
- Well worth a 2 hour tour be the owner of the fruit garden, with tasting and history of his tropical fruits.
ThanksWritten February 11, 2018
- Wow! The best place! Need to come and to būtų!100% organic!
Price iš quite high, būt it iš worth.
Please ginti this black man who is speaking įn
English.Written February 19, 2020
- The Village of Hermigua is reported be 1 of the longest villages in the Canary Islands.
It is situated all along the Valle, both sides & all the way down to an underwhelming beach, & at the other end is the Roques Pedro y Petra, a pair of bookend type rocks & also Mirador de San Juan, giving a fantastic view of the valley.
Amazing place to visit.Written August 11, 2022
- Very creepy place especially in the afternoon when it gets cloudy and misty. Can feel very humid and wet. Near the entrance there’s a cafeteria but you’ll need basic Spanish to order anythingWritten December 16, 2020
- Good place to get an overview of cultural artefacts, flora, the devastating 2012 fire, walking trails etc. Found the heliograph which shows the number of a day's sun hours by burning a trace on a piece of paper intriguing and clever.Written April 13, 2021
- It is one of the four national parks found in the Canary archipelago. Visiting it, either on foot, or using a tourist transport does not leave anyone indifferent.Written July 13, 2020
- Whenever you look at La Gomera places to go this place is always on the front page.
An Iconic Rock formation probably photographed more than any other rock on La Gomera.
Well worth the trip up the mountain, just hope there are none of my tourist coaches around at the time.Written August 10, 2022
- The waves pound this beach and quite a lot of people have died here. However, if you take care, splashing about in the shallows can be fun. It is a nudist beach, so avoid if easily offended.Written January 29, 2018
Frequently Asked Questions about La Gomera
- The best day trips from La Gomera according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Full Day Guided Tour to La Gomera from Tenerife
- La Gomera Day Trip from Tenerife
- La Gomera Day Trip from Tenerife
- La Gomera Exclusive tour
- Full Day Private Tour In Tenerife From Canary Islands