La Gomera

Culture
 

Archaeological Museum

It is housed in the Casa de los Echevarría, a family that stood out as aldermen and military on the island in the 18th century. From the façade of the house the coat of arms made of wood stands out, unique in the insular complex. The archaeological museum conserves archaeological pieces of great value for the knowledge of the ancient aborigines, as well as recreations of sites and a complete didactic material prepared for the visitor.

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Casa de la Miel de Palma

"Palm honey" is the result of cooking the sap of the palm tree until it thickens to the point of caramel, and although it seems to be a simple product, this honey is the most representative gastronomic element of the island's agro-food industry and constitutes a heritage element of great significance for the island, to which it should be added that it is the only elaborated product extracted from a Canarian endemism such as the "palma", the Canarian palm tree (Phoenix Canariensis), in a completely sustainable process that is not harmful to the species.

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Ethnographic Museum

An ethnographic museum is a museum dedicated to issues of ethnography, and in many cases related to archaeology and anthropology.

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National Park
of Garajonay

The Garajonay National Park covers more than 10% of the island of La Gomera. It was declared as such in 1981. Subsequently, in 1986, Unesco included it among the properties that are part of the World Heritage.

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San Sebastián

de La Gomera

San Sebastián de La Gomera, popularly known as La Villa, is a municipality belonging to the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, on the island of La Gomera, of which it is the capital. In this municipality is the hermitage of the Virgin of Guadalupe, patron saint of La Gomera.

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