Visit El Hierro Island
El Hierro cuisine is about health and vitality and is second to none. The island grows it's own wines, fresh fish are caught using protected artisan fishing techniques, unique cheeses and typical dishes thanks to the marked farming tradition. El Hierro desserts are traditionally made from cheese and aniseed and all over this magical island, you will find all kinds of restaurants.
Even on this tiny island there is still a lot to explore and discover...Pozo de las Calcosas in the north, a chraming village with statues of Neptune, the God of the Sea, as well as natural pools to take a swim.
Unspoilt beaches, most especially Playa de Tacoron to the south where you can observe some of the clearest water in the world. Visit the Holy Tree of El Garoé
Before the Spanish conquered the island in 1405, the native community worshipped gods of nature, and believed the El Garoé tree would magically spout water for the islanders and their animals (we now know it was simply mist in the air condensing on the leaves to provide fresh water). The original tree was felled by a hurricane in 1610, but a new one was planted in 1949 to commemorate the hallowed spot.