San Sebastián de La Gomera is a town and municipality located on the island of La Gomera, in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in the Canary Islands, Spain. It is the capital and largest town of the island, and it is located on the northwest coast of La Gomera, on the shore of a bay called Vallehermoso.
San Sebastian is a charming town that is known for its narrow streets, colonial-style houses, and traditional Canarian architecture. The town’s main attraction is the church of Santiago Apostle, and it’s cobbled streets. The town also serves as a base for exploring the island’s natural attractions, such as the Garajonay National Park and the Roque Agando.
The town also has a port, and it is a hub of ferry and cruise ship traffic to and from the island. The town is also known for it’s beautiful beaches, like Alojera beach. As well as it’s delicious local food and a lively atmosphere, with many bars and restaurants.