La Gomera Protected Natural Areas

In addition to Garajonay National Park, are 17 other Natural areas protected by law (a third of the island). All these places worth seeing for their scenic beauty, geological, botanical and cultural attractions.

 

La caldera

La caldera

Best preserved volcanic cone

Alajeró Cliff

Alajeró Cliff

Valuable habitat for sea birds. Last refuge of the osprey.

Municipality of Alajeró

(south Gomera)

charco del Conde

charco del Conde

A natural pool today used by the children and in the past used by the Gomera Count

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Municipality of Valle Gran Rey 

(southwest Gomera)

Barranco del Cabrito

Barranco del Cabrito

Beautiful barranco sculpted by intense erosion

Los Roques

Los Roques

Ancient volcanic neck excavated by erosion

Puntallana

Puntallana

a low island and a fossilized dune that houses the patron saint of the island, Saint Hermitage and a unique ecosystem

Barranco de Benchijigua

Barranco de Benchijigua

A breathtaking barranco with many geomorphologic and botanical variety.

Majona

Majona

Natural Park located on the east side of the island

Municipality of San Sebastián 

(southeast Gomera)

Los Organos

Los Organos

Impressive Cliff on the Northwest side of the island. Visible only from the sea.

Roque cano

Roque cano

Emblematic rock of Vallehermoso

Fortaleza and Orone

Fortaleza and Orone

Iconic and sacred landscape for the native people

Lomo del Carretón

Lomo del Carretón

Municipality of Vallehermoso

(Northwest+ south Gomera)

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