The island at the end of the world
It is the westernmost and southernmost island of the Canary archipelago, the youngest, the smallest and the least touristy, the most uncontaminated, the last frontier of Europe.
Until the discovery of America it was considered the western end of the world, “the end of the known world”. Before referring to Greenwich, conventionally the Meridiano Zero passed through here.
The atmosphere that reigns in El Hierro is actually mystical, as if the island lived immersed in a splendid enchantment all its own, and the serenity that surrounds its inhabitants is contagious.
From the pier of PUNTAGRANDE where there is the smallest hotel in the world, where the volcanic rock meets the impetuous Atlantic, far from the hustle and bustle of conventional tourism, time stops and the visitor really feels he has reached the border of that normally known world.
Facing the stormy ocean, you will feel that a special energy is released, felt on the skin and in the mind.