Beautiful views of ravines, palm trees and farming terraces
Valle Gran Rey Rural Park, with its deep ravines dotted with palm trees, is located in the south-west of La Gomera, in the borough that shares its name. Its springs, steep cliffs and small hamlets are just some of the secrets hidden in this protected natural space. The hamlets are located on the ravine slopes of Valle Gran Rey and Argaga, where you’ll discover a curious man-made landscape, the stepped farming terraces which contrast quite dramatically with the natural wilderness that surrounds them.
Get to know the natural habitat of La Gomera’s giant lizard
The giant lizard of La Gomera, in danger of extinction, is just one of the many natural inhabitants of Valle Gran Rey Rural Park. It lives alongside other species endemic to the island, particularly birds, who make their nests in the palm groves of Valle Gran Rey. The park has a number of trails and pathways that cross through it, which give visitors the chance to discover the beauty and peace of these natural spots.