La Gomera, the second smallest Canary Island, is an ideal base for whale and dolphin watching! But the island has to offer a lot more. Among the highlights is the Garajonay National Park with its laurel forests, which belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage.
Also there are remote villages and coastlines consisting of deep gorges and wide valleys. Gigantic plateaus and wide beaches as well as secluded bays and diverse, beautiful viewpoints make this island so unique.
Overview of the regions of La Gomera
The Nature Monument Los Organos
It is one of the major landmarks of the island of La Gomera - the natural monument Los Organos, the organ pipes in the north which can only be seen from the seaside.
Valle Gran Rey in the south west of La Gomera
The beautiful Valle Gran Rey is still one of the insider tips for those visitors of the Canary Islands, who are looking for a holiday destination to relax.
The South Coast
The south of La Gomera is the sunniest and warmest part of the island. Just the thing for sun worshipers.
The West Coast
The first point of the west coast of La Gomera is the valley of the great king, the Valle Gran Rey.