The Ethnographic Park of La Gomera
In one location, a local handicrafts and delicatessen store, a traditional orchard and a restored Gofio Mill with a large antiques collection exhibition. La Gomera is an island which, up to 30 years ago, most of it's economy and lifestyle was linked to agriculture and farming. Still deeply settled in their culture, it is a basic insight in the spirit and landscape of an island that still feels like settled in ancient times.
In our open farm and exhibit you can learn and see how the gomerans lived, survived and worked. By the ancient Convent and Hermigua original settlement surrounding the river, it is an exceptional landscape of palm groves, cornfields and small family houses.
Only 30 minutes away from San Sebastian and the main Seaport of La Gomera, Los Telares has been for years an unmissable touristic spot. The North Route (GM-1) will bring you through the most authentic landscapes of La Gomera, including the 400-years-old Convento of Santo Domingo, the beautiful davits of Hermigua or Vallehermoso, Agulo Town or Garajonay National Park Visitors Center.
Visit the last remaining Water Mill of La Gomera. A look in the History and landscape of the island, forged by men, since the aborigines to the first decades of the 20th Century. Enjoy your visit of the mill containing a significant portion of the largest private collection of antiques of the island.
Departures: Monday to Saturday, 9:30 - 17:30h.
Duration: Approximately 40 minutes.
Groups: Maximum 15 persons.