El Hierro, a paradise waiting to be discovered and the seventh island in the Canarian archipelago, has remained at the edges of tourism, much to the pleasure of those who want it to remain exactly as it is. El Hierro has been declared as a Biosfere Reserve.
It is the smallest of the Canary Islands and it is situated at the extreme southeast of the archipelago. Its 278 square kilometres offer an amazing variety of scenery, from the arid lava fields and volcanic formations in the south and east to the fertile soil of the valley of El Golfo
in the northeast, by way of the dense pine forests and rainforest of the island's central area.
The coastline of El Hierro is rocky and steep with inaccessible cliffs of up to 1,000 metres high, sheltered coves and enticing natural swimming pools.
Here you can enjoy the legendary 'eternal spring' of the Canary Islands.