The eighth Canary Island is a small, dreamy paradise island, the perfect destination for those who desire peace and quiet and enjoy nature in its purest state. With its white sand beaches and turquoise water it has no asphalted roads or pollution. It is a treasure waiting to be discovered, with just over 700 inhabitants.
Like the rest of the Canary Islands, La Graciosa boasts a warm climate all year round, meaning that any time is a good time to admire its volcanic landscape or enjoy its beaches. Its 29 square kilometres of land are entirely protected as they provide a habitat for numerous marine birds and form part of the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, the largest marine reserve in Europe. As it is a small, flat island, you can explore it easily by walking or cycling the four routes that cross it.
What to visit
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