The island of La Gomera - with its narrow but steep cliffs, crags and wild mountains - is criss-crossed with a network of trails (bridle paths) used by inhabitants of the island up until the middle of the previous century. They used these paths to move around an area that is extremely difficult to traverse.
The heritage of La Gomera includes a notable group of little-known artistic and architectural properties. From the conquest of the island in the 15th Century to the latest architectural advances, the island has accumulated a varied heritage throughout the centuries, resulting in it being somewhere rich in history. La Gomera is a unique place where you can see the development of traditional architecture, in addition to chapels which are real life museums of art that have endured throughout history.
La Gomera has a strong sea influence due to the fact the island has 90km of coast. All along the coast, you will find numerous coves and surprising beaches with calm, crystal-clear waters and black sand, situated between spectacular cliffs. Have a swim in an unbelievable setting.