We recommend you visit the 5 musts of La Gomera:
1. Garajonay National Park. This historic park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. It stands out for being the main exponent of the Canarian laurel, an ecosystem from the Tertiary Era in optimal conservation conditions. The Alto de Garajonay, the highest point on the island at 1,482 m and with magnificent views, is a must see when visiting La Gomera, as well as the viewpoints of the Los Roques Natural Monument, Morro de Agando viewpoint and Tajaqué viewpoint, located on the summits of the island, with magnificent landscape, surrounded by laurel and endemic species, and beautiful views of Benchijigua, hillsides to the north and south with cloud cascades, and magical figures on the rocks. On some occasions you can see the peak of Mount Teide float!
2. The Abrante Viewpoint. An architectural masterpiece designed by José Luis Bermejo. A transparent overhang that allows you to literally be suspended over the Atlantic at 625 meters above its waters. This imposing glass balcony gives you the opportunity to enjoy exceptional views of the town of Agulo, another of the jewels of La Gomera, and always with the island of Tenerife in sight. On the clearest days, when the fog permits, you can also see the volcano of El Teide. The scenery that surrounds this viewpoint, its impressive panoramic views or even the sensation of vertigo that you will always carry with you, are compelling reasons to visit this magical corner. The Mirador de Abrante restaurant is also another hallmark of the place and in it you can enjoy the best Canarian cuisine in a perfect setting. Imagine the experience of savouring the best dishes of the island while enjoying incredible panoramic views, and listening to a unique show in the world: the Silbo gomero (Gomeran whistling).