The tastefully restored, 160 year old manor house is through his artistic ambience and the extensive view over the valley of Hermigua down to the sea a special place for your holidays. The manor house is centrally located in the lower village of Hermigua, by the slope, however, it is peaceful in the studios and apartments.
The beach is also reached from the house about 2 km, the most beautiful bay of the North, La Caleta is fast. In the beautiful tropical garden features a swimming pool (currently out of service) with sun terrace.
Refreshments, tapas and cakes can enjoy on-site café Pedro.
To the decoratively designed with wooden patio grouped 9 stylish studios and apartments, each with a private terrace or balcony. The view is over the tropical gardens to the picturesque ravine with its banana plantations.
The studios and apartments offer space for up to 4 people, so here can also families, smaller and larger groups holidaying together.
The on-site swimming pool is surrounded by exotic plants, sun loungers invite you to relax.
In the adjoining café Perdo enchant local live music every now and then the evening atmosphere. There you will also have internet access (WIFI).
The Casa Creativa offers 4 simply held Creativa studios for 1-2 persons, 3 very cozy studio with the beautiful name mango, Lindo and Aloe Vera for 1-2 persons and 2 charming apartments, Ilona and Flamboyant, for 1-4 persons.
The studios Creativa offer themselves for passing travelers, travelers and vacationers would like to make the station like 1 or 2 nights in Hermigua.
In the lovingly gestallteten Studios mango, Lindo and aloe vera to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the north of La Gomera.
The generously designed apartments and Ilona Flamboyant convince by large private terraces, small gardens and comfortable atmosphere.
Our services, include among others the weekly cleaning of the studios and apartments, linen available after required.
We hold for our small guests Baby cot and high chair available, free of charge, of course.
Public parking is plentiful.
We will be happy to assist in planning your hiking trips, when renting a car's or the study of Busfahrplanes.
The Casa Creativa is the ideal starting point to discover La Gomera.
Wir können die Unterkunft nur empfehlen. Wir haben einen Teil unsere Elternzeit in Hermigua verbracht und waren mehr als zufrieden. Vor allem die Betreuung vor Ort durch Christiane ist sehr herzlich, aber nicht aufdringlich. Hermigua ist ein nicht durch Tourismus überlaufener Ort, sondern ein ruhiges, beschauliches Dörfchen am Rande des Nationalparks. Wer das Wandern liebt und eine ruhige Zeit verbringen möchte, ist dort bestens aufgehoben.
Wild Romance between high mountain ranges lies Hermigua. Known is the beautiful wide valley of Hermigua because of its mild climate. Especially hikers feel attracted to the unique nature around Hermigua.
Water-rich gorges provide Hermigua all year round with moisture and bring the region's biggest banana crop from all over La Gomera.
Imposing crashes the small river Rio de El Cedro in a 100m high waterfall into the valley.
One of the landmarks of Hermigua are the twin rocks Roques de San Pedro. The up shot from inside the earth volcanic vents also mark the district of Monte Forte.
Rocky landscape in the upper Hermigua.
Earlier here was a sugar mill. The once profitable export commodity of the conquistadors, however, has long since lost its meaning for the Canary Islands and was replaced by the bananas.
If you follow the road to Hermigua right hand passes the former Dominican monastery El Convento de Santo Domingo.
Tuscan columns, Gothic arches and Mudejar ceiling paint a striking picture of his centuries-long history.
Is the Handicraft Museum Los Telares on the main road. Working devices of yesteryear like old looms (Telares), Toepfer goods and Muehl bikes can be seen here. Lovers of traditional island work and musical instruments will be able to find in the small shops of the village.
The Ethnographic Museum de La Gomera (MEG) on the main road in Hermigua kidnapped visitors in earlier times.
Holidays in the green valley of Hermigua
The biggest ethnographic museum in the Canary Islands informed beautiful exhibition rooms over traditional craft, fishing and livestock.
Also culinary dedicated to the production of Miel de Palma, pella and wine region.
In addition, in 2007 Opened Ethnographic Museum shows some archaeological finds and informed about the whistling El Silbo.
Inviting Church Square
In the lower part of the valley of Hermigua is the built in the twenties parish church of Nuestra Senora de la Encarnacion.
It has surprisingly close to the main road, the simple church stands with her high tower. The small church square invites with shady Indian Lorbeerbaeumen to relax.
In an adjacent REPRESENTATIVE mansion cultural center of Hermigua is housed.
A special attraction is the beach of Hermigua practice the four protruding from the sea concrete pillars of the El Pescante, a former loading station for bananas.
Due to the often high waves, the ships could not build on a pier, but had to be unloaded by crane.
Hiking in Hermigua
Adjacent to the upper valley of Hermigua Garajonay National Park begins with his mystical forests.
But even at the low-lying valley sides, it is possible to make lovely walks. Some trails around Hermigua such as the rise of the waterfall to El Cedro, count to the most beautiful walking routes on La Gomera.
Right next door is the village of Agulo, which is easily accessible from Hermigua made by the coastal road after about two kilometers.
Who next train is passing and the island road through the north of La Gomera follows enjoy on the way to Vallehermoso beautiful landscapes and vistas.
On the other side of the valley of Hermigua the road leads up to the national park and through several tunnels to Gomerian capital city of San Sebastian.