Hermigua is nestled in verdant surroundings north of La Gomera.
The municipality of Hermigua, in the north-western part of the island, along with the municipality of Agulo, were originally made up of aboriginal land, called Mulagua. After the Spanish conquest, sugar cane began to be cultivated here and a major port was built for its transportation. It is an ideal location for exploring the north of the island and enjoying exceptional footpaths and landscapes, such as those found in the parks of Garajonay and El Curato, and the rural park of Majona. The atmosphere in the town is peaceful. You will be able to visit a few places of interest, such as the church of Santo Domingo, the water mill and the ethnographic museum.