• Canary Islands

You will discover a land and men proud of their customs, such as the 'silbo gomero', a language used to cross the distances between the steep cliffs. An unbeatable offer of rural tourism within easy reach.

La Gomera distinguishes for its steep volcanic mountains with many trails. At high altitude, you will find dense fern forrests and moss-covered trees that grows in the mist of Garajonay National Park.

Closer to the coast, the Gran Rey valley crosses La Calera, a village of white houses situated in a cliff, and that ends in the black sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.