Holidays to Playa de Santiago
Located on the Canary Island of La Gomera, Playa de Santiago is a laidback fishing village just 30 minutes down the road from the island’s capital San Sebastian. The pace of life in La Gomera is definitely slower paced than its neighbour Tenerife, with a distinct lack of tourism because you can only reach the island by ferry or local commuter plane. La Gomera does have a lot to offer though with a lush forested interior, hiking and the best deep-sea fishing in all of the Canary archipelago.
Playa de Santiago
A coarse gravel beach bordering the promenade that is protected from the surf by a jetty used by swimmers.
Playa de San Sebastian
Protected by a jetty and with a children’s play area, the urban beach of San Sebastian is popular with locals.
Housed in a historic building, the museum explains the island's natural resources and ecosystem.
Museo de Gofio
The Museo de Gofio is a restored windmill where you can learn about the Canarian staple of gofio.
Parque Nacional de Garajonay
Offering the island’s best hiking and cycling trails, the Parque Nacional de Garajonay is a must for all tourists.
La Gomera offers the best deep-sea fishing in the entire Canary archipelago with blue marlin and bigeye tuna available.
A puree made from ripened goats’ cheese, mixed with spicy peppers, tomatoes, olive oil and garlic.
A combination of barley and flour served with most meals on La Gomera. Very rich in vitamins, protein and fibre.
Laidback beach bar suspended in another time, with beautiful ocean views. Great for an unrushed lunch.
Bar Tasca Parrilla de Carlos
Local cuisine at its best and off the beaten track. Best to book as it is popular with locals.
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