From the green of its laurel and palm groves, to the black of its volcanic sand beaches, bathed by the turquoise of its waters. Feel the magic of the landscapes of La Gomera surround you.
You can find from black sand beaches, to unspoilt beaches with small coves or the popular blue flag beaches. The choice of your favourite beach will depend on the activities you want to do during your holidays in La Gomera: walks along the shore, sports activities, sunbathing on little known beaches...
Whatever the beach of your dreams is, you will find it in La Gomera. Discover them and let the sound of its waters take you to a state of total calm:
- Playa de Santiago (Santiago beach)
Awarded the blue flag for the fifth consecutive year for the quality of its waters, accessibility and the services it provides, this wide beach of black volcanic sand located on a fishing pier in Alajeró, in the south of the island, has a breakwater that makes it perfect for swimmers looking for a quiet beach without waves. In addition, at the port of Santiago you can rent jet skis, kayaks, boats, etc. If you are looking for a beach where you can have fun with friends or family, Playa de Santiago is for you.
- Playa de La Sepultura (La Sepultura beach)
This beautiful unspoilt cove in the north of the island is located in Vallehermoso.
La Sepultura is away from the urban centres and its access is quite long and complicated, but this also has its positive side: it is the perfect beach if you are looking for peace and quiet as it is usually empty and, in addition, being far from the urban centres, the quality of its waters is unbeatable.
- Playa de San Sebastian de La Gomera (San Sebastian de La Gomera beach)
Located next to the port of San Sebastian, this black sand beach has an infrastructure of services and is easily accessible, making it ideal for a day at the beach with the family.
- La Negra
Callaos and black sand, this unspoilt beach is perfect for those looking for the intimacy of non-crowded beaches. A path connects it with La Rajita beach and it is a perfect place to enjoy the stunning scenery of La Gomera.
- La Caleta
10 minutes from the Hermigua Valley, La Caleta is one of the best beaches in the north of La Gomera. It is a sheltered cove, but its great attraction is its landscape: presided over by a rock and with panoramic views of the coastline and the Teide. Here you will find a kiosk-bar, barbecue grills, bathrooms and showers, making it perfect for a quiet day at the beach.
- Playa del Inglés (Del Inglés beach)
It is an unspoilt and wild cove that attracts many visitors for the quality of its waters. It is in Valle Gran Rey and is one of the best known nudist beaches of La Gomera.
- Playa de Vueltas (Vueltas Beach)
With black volcanic sand, this beach is also in the municipality of Valle Gran Rey and one of its main attractions is its crystal clear waters. Being sheltered by the pier of Valle Gran Rey, it is a beach with calm waters and no currents, so it is the perfect choice if you are looking for a beach to go with children in La Gomera.
The calm waters and the richness of its seabed, make it a beach where not only families hang out, but also diving, scuba diving and snorkelling lovers.
- Beaches for people with reduced mobility
Despite the rugged landscape of La Gomera, everyone can enjoy themselves on this island. People with reduced mobility will be able to visit beautiful adapted accessible beaches such as: Playa de Santiago (Alajeró), La Cueva (San Sebastián de La Gomera), and La Calera (Valle Gran Rey).