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In our 8 days on La Gomera, we went to the Visitors' Centre twice and were helped by two different ladies. Both were brilliantly helpful, giving out free maps which in other countries would have been charged-for. The maps themselves give you everything you could...More
We have been to the Visitor Centre on a number of occasions and continue to be entranced by the details of the history, geology and geography of La Gomera presented in such a simple and stylish way. A lovely way to get an introduction to...More
This visitor center tends to get crowded with day visitors coming from Tenerife. Many. buses stop here around noon time after visiting the other visitor center closer to El Cedro. There are clean bathrooms, a shop and a store selling some local snacks. There are...More
The visitor centre towards the northern end of the National Park is well worth visiting especially if you are a geography student (timeline of the formation of the Canaries, lots of rocks, development of the unique flora, migration push factors etc) and will help you...More
Getting to the great national park of La Gomera can be a bit of a job, particularly if you do not have a car. So go here, and really you could not do much better. Very, very informative, nice gardens, exotic flowers and very pleasant...More
Free admission, lovely multilingual staff, really interesting displays, models, and video clips about La Gomera. Also, a nice shady courtyard, with shops and good cafes, and good loos - again, free to use. Very handy if you're trekking through!
Located in the area of preparque, the Visitor Center is an architectural space that blends an exhibition hall, an auditorium, an ethnographic museum, craft workshops and a botanical garden. Designed to understand the traditional Gomera culture and all the keys to understanding the unspoiled nature...More
The Visitors Information Centre includes small museum, good information, inevitable shop and small, pleasant garden with local and not so very local plants: do not delude yourself that huge proteas are part of Canarian nature. Though huge woody “dandelions” are real Gomerians, even if in...More