La Gomera


The Organs

The Organs of La Gomera is a natural monument of volcanic origin that owes its name to the similarity of its columns with authentic tubes of a gigantic organ. Located to the north of the town of Vallehermoso, it can only be seen from the sea, so the visit to this natural enclave by boat is one of the tourist attractions of the island.


Santiago Beach

Playa de Santiago is a town in the municipality of Alajeró situated to the south of the island of La Gomera, in the Canary Islands, Spain. With 1100 inhabitants it is the most populated entity of the south of the island.


Observation of cetaceans

The islands of La Gomera and Tenerife are considered one of the most popular regions for whale watching. If you visit La Gomera, do not hesitate to make an excursion looking for cetaceans by the sea of the Canary Islands.


La Caleta Beach

The beach of La Caleta de Hermigua, unlike that of Santa Catalina, offers very good conditions for bathing. With medium grain black sand and callaos, its waters are quite calm because it is in a cove protected from currents and, therefore, recommended for bathing.


La Cuevita

La Cuevita beach, located on the coast of San Sebastián de La Gomera, is an ideal diving spot for divers of all levels. Located in the east of the island, it is one of the most popular dives in La Gomera due to its easy access and the biodiversity it offers due to the currents of the area. Tablecloths, bicuda or garden eels are some of the usual inhabitants of La Cuevita, although occasionally you can see turtles or giant moonfish.


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