Grajonay is another of the national parks of the Canary Islands, located on the island of Gomera. The landscape on Gomera is predominantly volcanic, but Garajonay is home to a lush, mossy, otherworldly forest which is described as “out of a fairy tale”. The park spans over 3.986 hectares and was declared a national park in 1981.
The protection of the sheer mountains and the ocean breeze create a unique climate that makes this small area of the island burst out with life and covers the land with an almost permanent blanket of fog. One of the last ancient subtropical forests still open to the public. … Read More