What will I find?

The island of La Gomera is a paradise that you can discover by sailing. On this small island you will find places like the ones we are going to show you below. A real treat for the senses.

Places to visit

Playa de “El Cabrito”

The Cabrito beach, located in a virgin and isolated spot, can be reached by boat from the port of San Sebastián or along a path. It is 450 metres long and 40 metres wide, with black sand and calm waters.

Playa del “Medio”

El Medio beach is located between Tapahuga and Chinguarime beaches. It has the same characteristics as the latter, that is to say, it is a beach of creeks located in a virgin and isolated spot, which invites the practice of nudism. It can be reached by footpaths and road. The waters are crystal clear and calm.

Playa de “Chinguarime”

In the south of the island, near Playa Santiago, in the municipality of Alajeró, but within the limits of San Sebastián de La Gomera, there are three beaches with similar characteristics: Playa de Tapahuga, Playa de El Medio and Playa de Chinguarime, with black sand and calm waters.

Playa del “Argaga”

On the border of Vallehermoso with Valle Gran Rey and next to the port of Vueltas, from where it is accessed, is the Argaga beach, with its black sand and pebbles, unspoilt and isolated, which is why it has become one of the island’s naturist beaches. It can be reached on foot from the port of Vuelta.

Playa de “La Cantera”

To Cantera beach, located in an unspoilt and isolated area, you can be reached by boat or along a path. It is 180 metres long and 10 metres wide on average, with moderate waves. There is an old fish factory, now in ruins.

Playa de la “Negra”

The Negra beach is located in an unspoilt and isolated spot in Alajeró, which can be reached on foot from La Rajita beach, in the neighbouring municipality of Vallehermoso. It is 200 metres long and 10 metres wide on average, with black sand and a moderate swell.

Playa de “La Guancha”

A cove of about 500m., with crystalline waters, located in an unspoilt and isolated spot.

Playa de “Erese”

An isolated, rocky cove located at the bottom of a ravine and difficult to access on foot, so it is usually reached by boat.

Acantilados de Alajeró

The Alajeró Cliffs Site of Scientific Interest is an area that is difficult to access from land and of outstanding beauty from the sea. They constitute a representative and well-preserved geomorphological unit, as well as a unique element of the landscape, where biological values of the first order converge.

Wildife

Seagulls, ospreys, loggerhead turtles, crabs, dolphins, flying fish…

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