This is one of the oldest streets in San Sebastian de la Gomera. In the fifteenth century, when Christopher Columbus made a stopover here en route to America, this main street was the centre of the town. Today it's still a lively place, with small cafes and terraces. The street begins at the Plaza de la Americas, where you can find the Aguada house, which served as a customs house and residence for Christopher Columbus and his crew. Next door is the tourist office, which will help you organize your stay in La Gomera. They offer a great selection of maps. There's an exhibition inside about the discovery of America.