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La Gomera

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Bio Emisora local del Norte de Gran Canaria // Canary Island ?? ? 96.50 FM ? APP: Radio Faro del Noroeste

Genre: Comedy
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La gomera online free. Free Online La gamerama. Free Online La. This article or section does not match our manual of style or needs other editing. Please plunge forward, give it your attention and help it improve! Suggested fixes: None specified. Please use the article's talk page to ask questions if you are not sure why this tag was added and whether it is safe to remove it. La Gomera is the second smallest island of the Canary Islands. Regions [ edit] La Gomera is divided in several municipalities or regions which might seem to have little logic but whose division was inherited from the former aborigines' tribal kingdoms. Nowadays these are: San Sebastian (where the main seaport and island's capital are located), Hermigua, Agulo, Vallehermoso, Valle Gran Rey and Alajeró. Towns [ edit] San Sebastian de la Gomera - Capital and main port. Columbus set sail from here. It has several nice black sand beaches and some historic buildings like the Count's Tower or the Church of La Asunción. Throughout the years it has grown over the hills and inside the valley. Hermigua - The first stop of the north route departing from San Sebastian. Formerly a wealthy agricultural valley, it still has many banana and exotic fruits plantations, and due to this bucolic landscape it now has become a destination for exclusive travelers. The town is stretched out down the valley. It features the island's only natural swimming pool, several charming beaches with views to Tenerife and is a great trekking base to discover Garajonay National Park and the island's green north due to it's proximity to San Sebastian and El Cedro Forest. Agulo - Compact small town by Hermigua divided in two parts, it is surrounded by massive mountains. It has a charming town center and great views to Tenerife. On the rainy season you can get to see waterfalls from each mountain. Vallehermoso - Much improved small town, it is the last stop of the northern route. It's symbol is the Cano Rock, the largest eroded volcano chimney remaining in the island. As Hermigua and Agulo, it has evolved from agricultural-based economy to a slow tourism destination linked to trekking. Valle Gran Rey - Main tourist resort, thanks to its beaches. Formerly a hippie hangout retaining an alternative feel in places. It is located in the westernmost part of the island. It's named after the "Great King", who ruled for a brief period over all the kings of the island. Playa de Santiago - Small tourist resort dominated by large hotel complex owned by Fred Olsen, the ferry company. Formerly a fishing port with a canning factory, it has become the island's second largest touristic area thanks to the large hotel Tecina. The island's only golf course sits here. Other destinations [ edit] Garajonay National Park - World heritage site. It protects the largest laurel rainforest remaining on Earth. This environment extended all around the Mediterranean Sea in the Tertiary Era, so the National Park is considered a living relic. Crisscrossed with footpaths of several difficulty levels, it is known as the green heart of La Gomera. Los Organos Cliff - A landscape only visible from the ocean, this cliff is located by Vallehermoso, in the north of the island. Boats departing from Playa Santiago and Valle Gran Rey offer weekly trips around the island to visit it. It's name is because of the rocks, shaped by water and lava as church organ tubes. An impressive view from the ocean. Understand [ edit] Undeveloped, unspoilt, beautiful island just 35-60 minutes by ferry (it depends which ferry you take) from Tenerife. Ideal for walkers. Contrast between lush forests around the summit and in the National Park with dry vegetation on the flanks of the island. Of real interest to botanists for its variety of plant life and number of endemic species. Good climate all year round, especially in the south. La Gomera is still one of two Canary Islands without direct tourist flights from mainland Europe, the other being El Hierro. Talk [ edit] Spanish is the main language. English is widely understood in Valle Gran Rey, where German is easily the second language after Spanish. Most menus are printed in three languages. Famous for El Silbo - whistling language which was used to communicate across the deep valleys. The local council are trying to revive El Silbo; it is now a compulsory (and popular) subject in schools on the island. Get in [ edit] By plane [ edit] The airport near Playa Santiago is served only by local planes from Tenerife Nord Airport. Most people fly to Tenerife South, then get a ferry from nearby Los Cristianos. By boat [ edit] By ferry from Los Cristianos in Tenerife to San Sebastian de la Gomera Since the smaller company Garajonay Express was forced out, Fred Olsen Fares have rocketed. During the boat-war, fares on both were around ?25 return from Los Cristianos. Now, even an advance day return costs around ?80 for the short 40-minute crossing. Although residents of the Canary Islands have a discount of 50%, many on La Gomera consider these fares to be destroying visitor numbers and their small economy. Two ferry companies are providing service: Naviera Armas. 32 Euros one way, 64 Euros return, travel time ~60 minutes. Large ferry, taking around an hour to San Sebastian. Very nice ship with a big terrace on the upper deck and a lot of bars and saloons inside. Fred Olsen. 34 Euros one way, 68 Euros return, travel time ~35 minutes. A ferry/catamaran named Benchi Express. The boat 40 metres in length and can carry more than 300 people with a speed of greater than 30 knots. Bus connection to/from Santa Cruz de Tenerife is available for no extra cost. Please notice, La Gomera is situated in the Atlantic. This means that even in moderate windy weather the waves may become pretty big and crossings can be rough. In that case the catamaran may even not be able to sail. Both ferries sail onwards at least once a day (except on Sundays) to La Palma, leaving in the evening on most days. Be warned, some of the return journeys depart La Palma in the early hours of morning. There are plenty of companies offering day trips. The prices started at 49 Euros and went up to 64 Euros. The day trips include pick-up and drop-off wherever you're staying, transport to and from the ferry dock in Los Cristianos, a 5 hour or so coach tour of La Gomera with a guide, and lunch with wine. Get around [ edit] By bus [ edit] Public transport has improved in recent years with regular bus services (4 or 5 per day Mon - Sat; fewer on Sundays) to the main centres (Valle Gran Rey, Vallehermoso, Santiago) from the capital San Sebastian. Note that departures don't usually coincide with the ferry arrival times. Journey time to Valle Gran Rey is around one and three quarter hours. These buses are popular and it isn't always possible to get on especially at the port when boats come in. Buses returning to the tourist centres late in the afternoon tend to get full of walkers and likewise the ones heading into the mountains early in the mornings. Fares are very reasonable. Drivers do not like to pick up or set down between stops for tourists even though you may see them do it for elderly locals. The public buses are a blue/turquoise colour and are run by Servicio Regular Gomera S. L. Tickets are purchased from the driver. There are many other private coaches darting about the island which will not stop for you. The timetables do change and tourist offices will have up-to-date versions. Plenty of websites reproduce these but they may not be up-to-date. By car [ edit] Reputable car hire companies include CICAR or. One of the companies that accept debit cards is Pluscar. Most companies have their office right next to the San Sebastian ferry terminal. Since the amount of cars at the pier is limited (compared to e. g. TFS airport), it's probably best to book upfront. Petrol is relatively cheap - about 1/10 less than in mainland Spain. However, bear in mind that the roads are very winding indeed, so driving is slow - don't expect to go faster than 50km/h most of the time. For example, air distance is only about 22km across the island from San Sebastian to Valle Gran Rey, but the distance by road is over twice that, and it will take you an hour and a half to drive it. Many people combine walking with hitchhiking. Taxis are not prohibitively expensive especially if there are several of you sharing. See [ edit] [ add listing] Wildfires in the summer of 2012 have burned over 3000 hectares on the island, including over 1/10th of Garajonay National Park. Officials estimate that it will take at least three decades for the burned areas of forest to recover. Garajonay National Park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - extensive forested area on the top of the island. Trees are irrigated by the mist which sometimes covers the top of the island, especially in winter. The trees are covered in mosses and lichens. The forest has an amazing atmosphere in the mist. Highlights include: Alto de Garajonay - The summit of the island, at 1487 metres above sea level with a stunning 360° view Visit when the mist clears. Good views across to Mount Teide (Tenerife) and to El Hierro and La Palma. ' El Cedro Forest - Despite the name, these are not cedar woods (the name refers to a long gone lone cedar tree). But the forest here is densest with tall trees and a beautiful calm. There are many walking routes around the forest here. Don't miss the water tunnel through the mountain (take a torch and mind your head! And boots as the water can be six inches deep or more). The waterfall on the path between El Cedro and Hermigua. Laurisilva Forest, between Las Hayas and Las Creces. Very eerie in the mist if the trees are creaking. Beautiful carpets of pink flowers in spring. La Fortaleza - An outcrop of rock looking like a fort, or a bit like table mountain. El Magro (the lion) and El Sombrero - two rocks resembling a lion and a sombrero. Los Roques - five or six volcanic plugs at
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With the heavy iron key that looked like a prop from a Harry Potter film, Pedro opened the old wooden door and I peered down into the well. As my eyes adjusted to the darkness of the room, I could see the gentlest of vibrations on the surface of the water. Just as Wolfgang had said, it was the ancient beating volcanic heart of La Gomera. I thanked him and went back into the bar to rejoin my friends and my beer. Whether or not the legend was true, there is no doubt that if you’re coming to the Canary Islands and looking for an authentic link to the islands’ ancient past, you’ll find it all around you on this most effervescently green isle. Located just 20km or so to the west of Tenerife, La Gomera is easily accessed by a regular ferry link from Los Cristianos. Depending on whether you get the hydrofoil or the standard version, it will take either 40 minutes or an hour and a half. La Gomera looks a bit like the upturned half of a huge green orange that has been broken into rough segments. A permanent rainforest of sorts resides across much of the upper reaches of the island, which are almost permanently shrouded in mist. It’s unlike any other of the Canaries that people are used to seeing, with their characteristic lunar landscapes and bare volcanic fields. The striking Roque de Agando at sunrise. Photograph: Getty Images Here in La Gomera, all is lush ? from the vast forests of banana trees that run to the shoreline at Santa Catalina to Europe’s largest primitive forest, in the Unesco-listed Parque Nacional de Garajonay. Along the roadsides, exotic papaya fruits heave alongside banana trees. It looks as if the island could keep the entire population of Spain in fruit for the rest of their lives. We were fortunate to run into Wolfgang and his French Moroccan-born wife Danielle near the start of our stay on La Gomera. With three friends, we had rented a house close to the village of Hermigua on the northeast of the island, just a 15-minute drive along the spectacular, twisty and perfectly-tarred road from the main town of San Sebastián. Roomy terrace The central meeting point in Hermigua is Pedro’s bar, with its views over the valley from the roomy terrace outside. Every night there was a themed music night. The first was a French night, where accordion-playing singers brought many of the French-speaking tourists and everyone else out to enjoy a folk-like, convivial atmosphere that turned the place into a little piece of Montmartre. The second night was a Cuban night where we were treated to live music from a smashing band that wouldn’t have been out of place on a pavement in Havana. The infectious music got everyone up and dancing around the terrace in the warm evening air. The climate in La Gomera is a little bit different to most other Canary Islands too. The Canaries are known for the variation in temperature between the balmy middle of the day and the cooler evenings but, on La Gomera, you can experience cool spring weather requiring layers and rain gear up in the mountains while, by the seashore, high summer reigns supreme, with temperatures in the mid-20s and seawater warm enough to comfortably bathe in. The next morning, I travelled north, near the beautifully formed and perfectly located village of Agulo, to a lookout area known as the Mirador de Abrante. Here, the car park ends in stunning red rock cliffs and a restaurant. Inside, the restaurant has a narrow glass floor extension to give you a dizzying perspective of the extraordinary views over the sea and colourful Agulo below. The restaurant is also well known for the fact that some of its staff communicate through the fascinating whistling language El Silbo. Waiter Fabio was only too happy to give us a demonstration on site, asking us to tell him something in English or Spanish and then translating it into El Silbo. The language was brought to the Canaries by the Guanche people and has survived Spanish colonialism; it is now a mandatory subject for all Gomerans in both primary and secondary schools. Quiet paradise Wolfgang and Danielle had bought a house nearby and habitually spend most of the spring living in this green and relatively quiet paradise. After a first day of hard walking along the steep slopes of Hermigua and El Cedro, it was they who advised us to try the more user-friendly trail (10km return trip) from Pastrana to Benchijigua on the south side of the island. Mist descends over the Roques de San Pedro at Hermigua. Photograph: Getty Images We parked the hired car at the tiny village of Pastrana before heading north along the Barranco (ravine) de Benchijugua ? a deep, rocky indentation where the waters flow at a variety of volumes depending on the weather. We started off at around 11am, and the weather was warm and sunny. The spectacular views towards the sea and up into the mountains were superb and the trail was well signposted and provided decent challenges for the average walker. Along the way, we passed a number of isolated, deserted villages and hamlets before arriving at Benchijigua. It was a very quiet walk as well, and we only encountered a handful of walkers on the way. Benchijigua didn’t have anything by way of refreshing pitstop ? just a few unoccupied holiday homes and a closed church ? but it was a truly gorgeous spot with panoramic views in all directions from its elevated position looking down on a series of ravines and across to craggy hillsides on three sides. The atmosphere is?low-key, with a complete absence of the lager-lout brigade or the post-Leaving Cert party platoon At this point, the weather was positively autumnal and even in three layers and with our hoods up, we had to keep moving to stay warm. By the time we got back to Pastrana, the afternoon sun was beating down on us once more. It being a Monday, the one restaurant in the hamlet was closed so we got in the car and drove down into the resort town of Playa de Santiago. There are plenty of hotels and accommodation centres here to cater for all kinds of visitors, but the atmosphere is decidedly more low-key than most resorts you’ll find in the Canaries, with a complete absence of the lager-lout brigade or the post-Leaving Cert party platoon. Sun and sand it has a-plenty. Comprehensive package Valle Gran Rey offers a more comprehensive package for sun-worshippers looking for that little bit less Canary-like Canary Island sun resort, while the fine beaches at San Sebastián have the advantage of being next to the island’s largest town. This is where Christopher Columbus stopped over before his historic voyage to the New World, and much of the town has managed to retain an old-world atmosphere. It’s a place to wander around and take in the Spanish colonial vibes of its colourful, authentic streets. The town of San Sebastián in La Gomera. Photograph: Getty Images Back at Hermigua, we were invited to spend an evening at Wolfgang and Christine’s lovely home ? a chilled-out abode with a lot of traditional touches built on two levels. Upstairs, the tiled roof terrace covered the entire footprint of the building and was designed to cater for the outdoor life, complete with kitchen corner, large stone table and outdoor loo ? all with superb views of lush mountains and blue sea and backing onto a tropical garden. As the sun went down behind the mist-shrouded mountains, Wolfgang enquired if I had been able to witness the “beating heart of La Gomera” ? if I’d seen for myself the pulse from the long-dormant volcanoes that formed the Canaries in the ripples on the surface of the water of the well at Pedro’s. “Yes, ” I said, uncertainly. “I think I did. ” He winked and raised his glass. “Then the beating heart of La Gomera will stay in your soul forever. ” Conor Power travelled with the support of the Spanish Tourism Office () and La Gomera Tourist Board (). See also the official Canary Islands tourism website ().
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