CETS La Gomera

La Vieja Escuela

La Gomera

European Charter for Sustainable Tourism.

Our manifest

Speaking with one voice as a group of La Gomera businesses who have signed up to the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism, we wish to manifest our commitment to the sustainability of our island in order to offer it up to visitors without pretentious adulteration, without any misleading dressing-up, without anything extra not directly derived from its natural self. We want to present it as it is, as it has been, and how we would like it to be in future, so as to pass it on in the same pure form in which we received it.

More information: Manifiest

National Park


Discover the spell of a Tertiary forest, conserved among water and mist. The park has a wide infrastructure of facilities and services, which include a Visitor Centre, an Information Centre, a wide network of viewpoints, recreational areas and a network of well marked trails, which allow a better understanding to enjoy a truly natural gem of nature.

Official Website: Garajonay National Park

Room 1 © TheHawksMoor.com
© Ángel Fernández


Room 1 © TheHawksMoor.com
© Cabildo La Gomera

Official Website

La Gomera

Find out all you need to know to travel to La Gomera. In addition to Garajonay National Park, representing 33.3% of the total area of the island, La Gomera has 16 protected natural areas.

Official Website Turism in La Gomera




This website helps visitors to discover the authentic La Gomera, with help from their places of lodging, restaurants and activities recommended by Garajonay National Park.

Website: GomeraExperience.com

Room 1 © TheHawksMoor.com
© Hotel Gran Rey


Gastronomy: “Alimentos de La Gomera”

While having similar characteristics to the rest of the archipelago, the gastronomy of La Gomera has certain peculiarities that are worth knowing and, above all, tasting.

Official Website: Alimentos de La Gomera

Public transport in La Gomera

GuaguaGomera: The company Guaguagomera is responsible for regular road service to passengers. There are a total of seven lines connecting various villages of the island.

Official Website: Guaguagomera.com


European Charter for Sustainable Tourism

In the year 2005, The National Park Garajonay, together with the Insular Association of Rural Development of La Gomera (AIDER La Gomera), took the decision to promote the implantation of the ECST in the island of La Gomera. Thus it was putting the Charter at the disposal of the island as a tool to promote the sustainable tourism.