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LA GOMERA

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La Gomera is the roughest of the Islas Canarias (or so they say). The island is almost a circle with a cross-section of about 15 kilometers, but due to all the ravines it takes 35 km or more to travel from one coast to the other. In the middle of La Gomera lies the National Park Garajonay, a typical forest with laurel trees and beardy mosses. La Gomera is attractive for walkers (who are not afraid of heights), the people who seek sunny beaches can better stay on Tenerife (although Tenerife has some wonderful spots too). 

Valle Gran Rey
Valle Gran Rey
The valley of the great king

La Mérica
La Mérica
Not the best walk to start with

Barranco de Guarimiar
Barranco de Guarimiar
A red version of the Dolomites

Las Hayas - Las Creces
Las Hayas - Las Creces
Easy walk ending at a famous bar

Chipude - Garajonay
Chipude - Garajonay

To the highest peak of the island

Taguluche
Taguluche
A beautiful barranco 

Valley of 1000 palms
The valley of the 1000 palm trees
Where we counted only a few 100.

Los Órganos
Los Órganos
Famous landmark, to be seen from sea

Agulo
Agulo
Nice little town in the north

Hermigua - El Cedro
Hermigua - El Cedro
Walk to the biggest waterfall

San Sebastian
San Sebastian
Harboring the boats to Tenerife


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