A wonderful setting in the middle of a ravine
This charming village in the north of La Gomera is in a wonderful setting: a beautiful ravine, the sides of which are covered in countless terraces planted with crops, creating a landscape that visitors fall in love with. Banana plantations stretching almost as far as the sea—providing a beautiful array of colours—border a beach on which a davit still stands, a witness to this village’s past. With perfect temperatures all year round, anyone visiting this fascinating paradise has the chance to enjoy a variety of open-air activities, such as hiking.
Trails all around Garajonay National Park
A network of trails starts in Hermigua and runs all around the wonderful scenery of Garajonay National Park, a protected area that is home to one of the best specimens of laurisilva in the world. We highly recommend a visit to the San Pedro District as—in addition to the convent, one of the best examples of religious buildings on the island—you can see several houses built in the traditional Canary Islands architecture and preserved since the 18th century. El Gofio Museum and The Ethnographic Museum will reveal the traditions and gastronomy of La Gomera to visitors.