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Discovering La Graciosa

Discovering La Graciosa. The island of La Graciosa covers 27 km² and is part of the Chinijo Archipelago (together with Alegranza, Roque del Oeste, Montaña Clara and Roque Del Oeste). It is situated in the north of Lanzarote and it’s declared a National Park. 

La Graciosa is a fantastic place to enjoy your holidays: here you will find quiet beaches with golden, fine sand and the crystal-clear water of the Atlantic Ocean and with an Average temperature of 71,6ºF / 25 C.

Fishing is the main occupation on this island with about 1.000 inhabitants concentrated in Caleta Del Sebo.

You will find services such as a medical center, a pharmacy, post office, bank, a police station, church, play ground, three supermarkets, butcher, bakery, several restaurants and bars, rent-a-bike, sport fishing…

Beach in La Graciosa.

How to get La Graciosa

There are daily flights from many Spanish towns and several European countries to Lanzarote.

From Lanzarote airport you take a Taxi to Órzola, which it’s the most northerly Village in Lanzarote.

There is also a regular bus service available to Órzola. From Órzola you catch the ferry to La Graciosa (there boat every 30 min).

The trip takes about 20 minutes and it costs you €20 with return.


You (The King-The Queen)

You are a Robinson Crusoe (or Robinson Girl) arriving into a forgotten paradise island (the 8th island of the Canaries).

You are escaping from crowded cities and want to relax in a quiet and natural setting.

You want to experience the raw overwhelming beauty of Lanzarote, meet its people and appreciate its culture.

You are lava minded, oceanically prepared, volcanic ready and mojo proof.

You don’t mind the ongoing interior design trends among the local fishermen and agricultors (the owners of the apartments).

A piece of advice

Don’t bring any high heeled-shoes because all the streets are made of white sand. And don’t forget plenty of sun cream, hats and bathing-suits.


You can rent a bike, get a guided tour in a land rover or walk around the island.


Apart from fishing, you can sail, go hiking, promenades, mountain biking, snorkelling, surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and of course swim.


Nice all over the year, in the summer warm (but not hot thanks to the breeze).

Ready to enjoy the island of La Graciosa?


Excursion to La Graciosa recommended

Graciosa Marine Reserve Catamaran Day Trip

“Traveling serves to adjust the imagination to reality”.

Sergio Suárez, Canary Islands destination.

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