La Gomera > Towns
You find Hermigua's municipality placed north-western of the island, at the valley of the same name, that was constituting along with Agulo Mulagua's aboriginal territory. After the conquest, the good conditions of the place for the cultivation of sugar cane, his proximity to the insular capital and having a dock enough, they attracted the interest of the gentlemen of the island, which is why his colonization was very premature. Population's first nucleus of Hermigua was the one with the Tall Valley, with the church of St. Domingo and the convent of the same name, constructed between 1515 and 1520.
The creation of the nucleus of the Low Valley is latter, getting up Our church of The Incarnation in 1650