Beaches, natural pools of crystalline water, a little history and culture, and even a donkey excursion are some of the ideas that we propose to continue enjoying your holiday in La Gomera.


La Gomera is dotted with numerous wild beaches, black sand or pebbles ... all with a special charm. Do not forget to take a bath in Playa de Santiago, currently the only island with blue flag, is one of the largest in the Gomera, in the south of the island, where in addition to its small fishing village can enjoy with your family best fish of the island.

Colombina route by San Sebastian: a bit of history

The Colombina route is a way to feel the history of the conquest and the imprint of Christopher Columbus as if we lived in first person. We can not miss the “Torre del Conde” with its beautiful park fifteenth century fortification designed to defend against possible attacks by aboriginals. The Customs House or Pozo de la Aguada and La Casa Columbus Museum with interesting exhibits Colon travel to America. La Casa de la Aguada, retains an old well where legend has it that the Admiral took the water with which he blessed the New Continent. And we finish the route with the Archaeological Museum, which will lead us from the present to the past, from the first settlers of the island, religious magical practices...

Natural pools

In La Gomera you will find natural pools carved in the rocks, with crystal clear waters. An ideal place to enjoy the sea with children. The natural pools of Hermigua (El Pescante) and Charco del Conde in Valle Gran Rey worth a visit.

The “Miel de Palma” house

In this center, located in Alojera, Vallehermoso, the kids will enjoy the process of making honey palma and know all about the Canary Island date palm, (which takes advantage all) its ecosystem and guarapo. You can visit on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 to 17:30.

Interpretation Center The potters of Fencing: Traditional Pottery

In this center the whole family can watch as the potters clay El Cercado work, without turning, as did their ancestors. This is a very old craft technique preserved in La Gomera and was practiced by the natives of the island. The most typical piece is the carabucho, used for milking goats. This traditional craft is performed exclusively by women and transmitted from mothers to hijas.El Center is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17:30.

Burro park la Gomera

This donkey park is located in Roses, Agulo, a few meters from Garajonay National Park. The main objective of Burro Park La Gomera is the conservation and breeding of different breeds of donkeys. In addition to horses and donkeys they have organized trips for children 1 to 12 years accompanied by an adult and for over 12 years and adults with different duration and travel. Also active contact with animals and learning, have an organic garden and even celebrate birthdays. It is open all year from 10:00 to 21:00 h.

Come and enjoy the island of La Gomera, a magical and unspoilt island that will offer you a different holiday.