Why visit La Graciosa

La Graciosa is the largest island of the Chinijo Archipelago and the only one inhabited. Daytrips to La Graciosa are definitely worth making, since this island features excellent sandy beaches, some of the best in Lanzarote. But first and foremost, La Graciosa is a destination for nature lovers. The island is part of the biosphere reserve of the Chinijo Archipelago, which means tourists coming to La Graciosa can enjoy the benefits of a status of this kind, but simultaneously must observe the regulations enforced in view of preserving the natural richness of the island.

How to get from Lanzarote to La Graciosa

Though geographically speaking getting from Lanzarote to La Graciosa is island hopping, administratively speaking this is, in fact, part of exploring Lanzarote as such, since La Graciosa and the entire Chinijo Archipelago pertains to the municipality of Teguise. Lineas Maritimas Romero and Biosfera Express are the main sea line companies offering regular trips to La Graciosa. In a certain sense, resorting to the services of these companies is a way of getting around in Lanzarote, as strange as it may sound. For detailed information on rates, schedule and other included services, please visit Lineas Maritimas Romero and Biosfera Express.

La Graciosa, Lanzarote, Spain

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