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Hotel Villa El Mocanal
7.2 Good
Calle Barlovento, N 18, Mocanal, El Hierro, Spain
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0.0 mi from city centre, Mocanal, El Hierro, Spain 
GoodBased on 166 reviews

Situated in Mocanal, Villa El Mocanal is an easy drive from Valverde and offers a tour desk, an outdoor pool and luggage storage. The numerous amenities this traditional property features include room service, laundry facilities and a terrace.

Apartamentos Boomerang I
8.4 Excellent
Tamaduste, El Hierro, Spain
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0.1 mi from city centre, Tamaduste, El Hierro, Spain 
ExcellentBased on 96 reviews

Apartamentos Boomerang I provides a comfortable setting when in Tamaduste. It also offers luggage storage, a tour desk and a 24-hour reception.

Hotel Puntagrande
9.4 Excellent
Calle las Puntas, Frontera, El Hierro, Spain
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3.1 mi from city centre, Frontera, El Hierro, Spain 
ExcellentBased on 168 reviews

Hotel Puntagrande provides 3-star accommodation, plus a concierge, luggage storage and free Wi-Fi. It also offers an airport shuttle, a car rental desk and a tour desk.

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About El Hierro

Part of the Canary Islands, El Hierro has escaped the development that swamped parts of the archipelago. Instead, El Hierro will mesmerise you with wild and rugged scenery. Exploring the protected UNESCO Geopark, you can swim in shimmering natural pools, hike through juniper forests and explore dramatic volcanic landscapes.

Things to do in El Hierro

Valverde, the captivating capital, is a great base for exploring El Hierro. Nestled in the hillsides, the town will charm you with its whitewashed houses and sun-drenched plazas. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants where you can try traditional Canarian dishes like grilled sea bass, “papas arrugadas” potatoes and “ropa vieja” shredded beef.

Start your day with a refreshing dip at La Maceta, a series of turquoise pools on the north-west coast of the island. Sheltered from the waves, you’ll love swimming in the crystalline water. Visit in the evening to enjoy a sunset dip followed by a seafood meal at the local beach bar. Charco Manso is another popular natural pool, with fascinating volcanic rock formations and lava arches to admire.

El Hierro is dotted with evocative historic sites like Ermita de Nuestra Señora de los Reyes. The whitewashed church dates back to the 18th century and houses an image of Our Lady of the Kings, the island’s beloved patron saint. Stroll around the pine-shaded churchyard and explore scenic trails that lead into the surrounding hillsides.

Ecomuseo de Guinea charts the rich history and heritage of the island. Guided tours are the best way to explore the open-air museum and find out more about the centuries-old houses it protects. Next door is Lagartario, a wildlife sanctuary where you can get up close with endangered El Hierro giant lizards.

Getting around El Hierro

All towns, resorts and villages in El Hierro are pedestrian-friendly and easy to get around on foot. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore the island at your own pace. Daily flights run between El Hierro Airport and Tenerife and Gran Canaria, or you can take the ferry from Tenerife.

Facts about staying in El Hierro

  • Where is the best place to stay in El Hierro?

    Valverde, Frontera, and La Restinga are some of the most favored places to stay in El Hierro.

  • What are the best hotels in El Hierro?

    Hotel Villa El Mocanal (7.2/10 from 166 reviews), Apartamentos Boomerang I (8.4/10 from 96 reviews), and Hotel Puntagrande (9.4/10 from 168 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in El Hierro.