La Gomera is the Canary Island that is the least changed by modern day tourism and industry. It has survived to this day with its traditions and its charms living strong.
Whilst millions of tourists flock to the larger Canary Islands, such as Tenerife and Lanzarote, each year, La Gomera has been virtually untouched by the contemporary tourist industry. This leaves its heritages pure and intact, and gives us the opportunity to really experience the true nature of the Canary Islands.
The island is home to a Garajonay National Park which is the real heart of the island. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is a living relic of what the Mediterranean rainforests used to be. Despite this portal to the Tertiary Age, the island is also completely free of snakes, spiders or any kind of deadly creepy-crawlies.
La Gomera is for those who want to experience the true definition of relaxation. The climate is warm year round, with no extreme heat in Summer, and the island has a number fantastic beaches and even better views. Come visit the true soul of the Canary Islands.