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Fiesta de San Marcos

Fiesta de San Marcos (Agulo) – held every April this is a spectacular festival in Agulo (north coast of La Gomera), in honor of its patron saint. It has a very varied program of events. The climax of the evening comes in the form of young men who leap through the flames of numerous bonfires […]

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Playa de Vallehermoso

Playa de Vallehermoso – located on the northern side of the island, Playa Vallehermoso is about three kilometers away from the village of the same name. The beach is gravely, the ocean rough and the cliffs steep, discouraging all but the most experienced swimmers. But nearby is a seawater swimming pool with changing rooms, showers, […]

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Whale Watching

Whale Watching (Valley Gran Rey) – Tina Excursions lets visitors buy tickets to get on board its excursion boat “Tina” for a four-hour trip into the sea, and spot whales and other sea creatures. During such excursions, the boat moors off one of the island’s secret beaches where visitors can enjoy a swim and a […]

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Playa de la Caleta

Playa de la Caleta (Hermigua) — this is a wind-protected beach on the jagged rocky northern coast of the island – located just east of Hermigua. During the summer, a small bar sells fresh fish. This is a great spot for sunning, but visitors should be aware of the beach’s strong currents. Aside from the […]

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Mirador Ermita del Santo

Mirador Ermita del Santo (Camino del Sobrado 4, 38892 Arure) – this is another of the many eco-tourist sites the island has to offer. The view of El Santo hangs off the cliff of the Natural Monument of Lomo del Carretón. It overlooks the wide basin of the ravine of Taguluche. Around the bed of […]

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Playa de la Guancha

Playa de la Guancha (Punta de Juan Daza) – this is an isolated beach with clear crystal waters southwest of the Punta de Juan Daza (off the island’s east coast). It takes about 90 minutes to hike along a high mountain path from San Sebastián. A nice view of the neighboring island of Tenerife can […]