el hierro, La Gomera, la palma

El Hierro, La Gomera, and La Palma are three enchanting islands in the Canary archipelago, each offering its own allure. El Hierro boasts untouched nature and tranquility, while La Gomera captivates with its lush landscapes and unique whistled language and it is an island crossed by deep ravines and designated as a Biosphere Reserve.. La Palma’s striking scenery and stargazing opportunities make it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts and stargazers alike.

La Gomera


La Gomera is called the “Jewel of Nature”, this island boasts great natural and scenic wealth, and is for all intents and purposes a protected reserve.
Strongly recommended is a visit to the Garajonay National Park, which can claim the prestigious World Heritage status according to UNESCO since 1986. During the walk inside the park you will be amazed by the beauty of the forests, waterfalls and the variety of flora and fauna. From the highest point of the park you can enjoy a privileged view: peering into the distance you can see the islands of Tenerife, La Palma and even the distant El Hierro.
On a typical day you have to spend a few hours at the beach on one of the many beaches characteristic for the black color of the sand and the crystal-clear water. Another peculiarity of this island is the silbo gomero: it is a language made up entirely of whistles, which was used in the past by shepherds to communicate across great distances between the mountains and valleys of the island, even several kilometers apart. Since 2009 it has been part of the oral and intangible heritages of humanity protected by UNESCO.

El Mirador d’Abrante, where sky and sea come together

The Mirador de Abrante, a viewpoint and resting place for hikers in La Gomera island, has the characteristic of a seven-meter overhang into the void. Its floor and walls are made of structural glass, supported by a metal structure from above and sustained by a reinforced concrete beam.

el hierro

El Hierro is a hidden gem in the Canary Islands. Known as the “Meridian Island,” El Hierro offers a serene escape from the bustling world. You can Immerse yourself in its untouched beauty, where rugged cliffs meet the deep blue sea. With its dramatic landscapes, pristine forests, and crystal-clear waters, El Hierro is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. From diving into vibrant underwater ecosystems to hiking through enchanting forests, El Hierro invites you to reconnect with nature and experience tranquility like never before.

The island of El Hierro is also the world’s first 100% sustainable island. Since 2014, on the eastern slopes of El Hierro, five wind turbines of 2.3 MW each have joined the 11.3 MW hydroelectric system, derived from an extinct volcanic caldera, to produce clean energy.

An artificial lake, located a short distance from the Estaca marina, serves as a hydraulic storage facility and, thanks to the energy it can receive from the wind turbines, acts as a useful pumping station to balance the power grid. thus avoiding co2 emissions and fuel use.

la palma

Welcome to La Palma, the “Beautiful Island” (la Isla Bonita) of the Canaries. Prepare to be enchanted by its volcanic landscapes, beautiful beaches, and stunning star-filled skies. In 2002 this island was declared a Unesco Natural Heritage Site, while in 2006 it became the first place in the world to be named a ‘Sustainable Tourist Destination’.
If you love walking and hiking then you have found the ideal place to meet your needs. Some of the most popular places for tourists include: La Caldera de Taburiente National Park, la Ruta de Los Volcanes, La Ruta Los Nacientes de Marcos y Cordero and the Bosque de Los Tilos.