Photos and pictures of La Gomera

Photos of La Gomera

Here you will find a gallery of photos of the small Canary Island La Gomera. The island makes it really easy to take beautiful and spectacular photos. The conditions are often optimal and the selection of motives is endless. Many of the photos were taken by the photographer Bruno Diettrich, who is well known on La Gomera. He has already worked for the renowned magazine GEO and his photos are really very emotional and with a lot of love for detail. If you are interested in one of the pictures, please contact us. Please note that the picture gallery is protected by copyright and may not be copied, distributed or used in any other way.

Beaches on La Gomera

On La Gomera there are many small bays and beaches. La Gomera has a total of 100 kilometres of coastline and the beautiful beaches are not always directly visible. On our website we show you the most beautiful beaches of La Gomera.

Wales and Dolphins La Gomera

La Gomera is the perfect place to do whale watching. More than 23 different species of whales and dolphins have been seen here in the last few years. La Gomera is one of the best whale watching spots in Europe. With Canarianfeeling you can also book your whale watching trip with OCEANO Gomera.

The Coast of La Gomera

Evidence of the island’s volcanic beginnings is visible everywhere – most notably in the black lava sand on its coasts and in the bizarre rock formations which abound here. The sea in this part of the world is wild and unspoilt which means it is not uncommon to see whales and dolphins diving for the fish found in the rich fishing grounds off the coast. Sharks, you will be glad to know, tend to avoid the coasts around the archipelago!

The National Park »Garajonay« of La Gomera

Sharing a name with the island’s highest mountain, the »Garajonay« National Park has much to quicken the heart of any nature-lover , including often bizarre-shaped trees, the island’s mist-shrouded laurel forest and, everywhere you look, the most breathtaking views. Without doubt the best way to get to know this fascinating natural environment is to join a National Park guided tour.

Beautiful Locations of La Gomera

It is definitely worth striking out on your own to explore the many beautiful villages on this island. Their stunning location and the fine architecture here, including the many colonial-style buildings, give these small communities a special and unique charm. By far the best way to take in the many delightful village squares and pretty little streets is to explore them at your own pace.

The Plant World of La Gomera

There are very few places in the world where you will find such a concentration of archaic plants, almost a fifth of them are endemic species - in other words, are only found in this location. The island’s evergreen laurel forest dates back to the Tertiary Period and still thrives today, whereas in Europe, for example, such forests were wiped out during the Ice Age. This area is a paradise for nature-lovers with an inexhaustible supply of natural wonders just waiting to be discovered.

The Animal World of La Gomera

There are no poisonous animals on Gomera – no scorpions or snakes! - only the very few mammals who arrived on the island along with the first settlers. But there are numerous invertebrates, countless bird species and a rich marine fauna.  Worth mentioning are the many types of lizard here, the largest of which (up to 50 cm long) was thought for a long time to have become extinct. As anywhwere, you may occasionally come across annoying insects, such as mosquitoes.

Valleys - Vallehermoso

A characteristic feature of the island are its barrancos – unique valleys cut deep into the rocks of this mountainous island and where, for many years now, the local inhabitants have planted picturesque terraces – similar to those seen in Bali – to make the land farmable. In the north these terraces lend the countryside a deep, lush green, while the fascinating and bizarre rock formations found in the south of the island offer myriad of shades of colour.

Sunrises and Sunsets of La Gomera

The skies above La Gomera are beautifully clear and the absence of smog or light pollution means the heavens look quite spectacular. In fact, stunning sunrises and sunsets are an almost daily treat on this island and it is always worth changing your seating arrangements to allow yourself the very best perspective!

Accommodations all over the island

"Casa Rural Sola"

max. 4 persons
2 sleeping room
Living space appr. 75 m²
from 82,00 per night for 2 pers.
21 4,5 excellent
Amazing views over the sun-drenched valley from Alojera over the sea to La Palma. The authentically restored "Casa Rural Sola" with its unique location offers up to four guests an enjoyable stay in a comfortable and cosy ambiance in a quiet environment with large terrace and swimming pool.

Varadero 3 A

Valle Gran Rey
max. 3 persons
1 sleeping room
Living space appr. 60 m²
from 95,00 per night for 2 pers.
2 4,6 excellent
The very modern apartments Varadero are located directly on the beach of Vueltas in Valle Gran Rey. Apartment "3A" has a large terrace with a four-poster bed and panoramic views over the sea. Really fantastic!

"El Bajio - 208"

Valle Gran Rey
max. 2 persons
Living space appr. 40 m²
from 65,00 per night for 2 pers.
3 4,8 excellent
The studio "El Bajio" is located directly at the sea, in the district La Puntilla (Valle Gran Rey). From the small balcony you have an unrestricted view of the sea. A real insider tip in Valle Gran Rey.


Valle Gran Rey
max. 3 persons
1 sleeping room
Living space appr. 50 m²
from 52,00 per night for 2 pers.
The apartment "David" in Vueltas is really something special. From the small balcony you have a wonderful panoramic view of the sea and the harbour of Valle Gran Rey. All rooms of this beautiful accommodation near the harbour have been furnished bright and friendly, so that you feel directly like at home. Ideal for families with children.

"Casa Rural Eliseo"

max. 4 persons
2 sleeping room
Living space appr. 95 m²
from 65,00 per night for 2 pers.
23 4,4 fabulous
Over 100 years old, the beautifully-restored Casa Eliseo on the outskirts of Alajeró is a farmhouse in the far south of the island. Built on an attractive plot 800 metres above sea-level, the house lies in the middle of terraced felds. The natural stone terrace, which runs the entire length of the front of the house, offers sensational views of the south coast and the deep blue waters of the sea as far as the eye can see.