El Cedro is a rural hamlet set amid farmed terraces and laurel thickets, located southwest of Hermigua, and on the Parque Nacional de Garajonay border. The ravine and waterfall known as Boca del Chorro (also called Boca del Cedro) runs in a roughly north–south direction through the village. The waterfalls are just to the northeast of the village. The simple chapel, Ermita de Nuestra Señora de Lourdes, is a 1km wander out from the hamlet.
To walk to El Cedro from Hermigua, ask in town for the way to the sendero (trail) to El Cedro and be prepared for a two- to three-hour hike. If you’re not up for walking, follow the signs to El Cedro off the main highway south of Hermigua.
You can also reach El Cedro from El Contadero on the Caserío del Cedro trail in Parque Nacional de Garajonay.