Tourist information offices

If you are visiting Vallehermoso or if you needed information about the different touristic attractions, services, facilities and activities in the town, there are different places you can attend to ask for information and advice. These are all spread all over the different municipalities as well as in the capital of the island.

These tourist information offices usually provide a service in several languages, besides they provide maps, brochures or whatever information the visitor needed.

Listed below are the most important places to ask for information:

  • Town Hall of Vallehermoso. Tourist information office located in the “Agencia de Desarrollo Local” from the Town Hall of Plaza de la Constitución, número 1, 38840, Vallehermoso”, 38840, Vallehermoso. Electronic Mail: adl@vallehermosoweb.es.
    Telephone 922800000, extension 7. Opening Hours Monday-Friday from 9:00 to 13:00.
  • Information Office in La Laguna Grande. Office from the National Park of Garajonay, located in the área recreativa de La Laguna Grande. Opening Hours, Sunday –Monday from 8:30 to 16:30
  • Information Office in el Centro Las Loceras del Cercado. Opening Hours from 10:30 to 17:30, Wednesday-Sunday. Telephone 922804104. Electronic Mail lasloceras@aidergomera.com
  • Ymaguara “Turismo Sostenible y Desarrollo Rural”. 5, Calle Mayor nº 5. 38840 Vallehermoso.. 922 800 329/ 645 927 650

Signposts

In different parts of the municipality, at strategic locations such as viewpoints or important trails, you will find information panels about several topics: botanical species, landscapes, relief, traditional architecture and nature protected sites among others.

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