El Hierro is the southwestern and volcanically youngest part of the Canary Islands. Calmness, silence, nature. Large parts of the island are a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. A major part of the coast is a marine reserve. The local fishermen adhere to a fishing etiquette. No mass tourism. No industry. All this adds to the island’s underwater world uniqueness. Clear water, a multitude of dive sites. Perfect conditions almost 365 days a year. What protects the island is that it’s not readily accessible, which keeps mass tourism at distance. This is why connoisseurs gladly take on a journey that sometimes is more circuitous than to better-known destinations..
The gallery (located in the menu) will provide lots of visuals of El Hierro.