Canary Islands - La Gomera (PDF Chapter)
From a distance La Gomera appears as an impenetrable fortress ringed with soaring rock walls. Viewed from up close, however, that rough landscape translates into lush valleys, awe-inspiring cliffs and stoic rock formations sculpted by ancient volcanic activity and erosion.
- explore the fern-filled trails of the Parque Nacional de Garajonay, the laurel forest at the island’s heart
- be amazed by the tropical flowers, plants and fruits of the lush Vallehermoso
- soak up the beauty of Valle Gran Rey, with its plunging valleys and picture-perfect terraced hillsides
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: San Sebastián de la Gomera, Parque Nacional de Garajonay, Hermigua, El Cedro, Agulo, Las Rosas, Vallehermoso & around, Playa Santiago, Alajeró and Valle Gran Rey.