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Walking in the Biosphere of La Graciosa Island, Chinijo Archipelago
Guided Walking and Cycle Tours, Ecological Walking Tours

The Environment has a great healing potential and in our group of islands we have many examples of unspoilt natural  beauty. La Graciosa is a small island, a twenty minute ferry journey away from the port of Orzola at the northern tip of Lanzarote, in the Canary Islands. La Graciosa is part of the Chinijo Archipelago, a group of small islands comprising, Montana Clara, Alegranza, Graciosa, Roque del Este, and Roque del Oeste. Graciosa is the only inhabited island with a population of around 600, almost entirely in Caleta del Sebo, the port, although there are summer residences at Casas de Pedro Barba The Natural park, (Parque natural del Archipelago Chinijo) was designated in 1986 alongside the special marine reserve. The European Union designated the Chinijo as a special protection area for birds, in 1994. Here you can experience world-class beaches, turquoise breakers, flowers growing on the beach and a sense of beauty based on the fact that very few people get to visit some of these spaces, since access is by walk or a bike ride. Depending on the time of year, exotic wildlife sightings can be the crowning glory. Recently we have seen osprey, crane, swifts and swallows, buzzards and others we were not able to name. If you have yet to feel touched by nature, then this is a trip you should take. You can join our main guided tour and life enhancing talks week at EcoLifeWalks.

 

La Graciosa is absolutely ideal for a walking holiday or a cycling holiday. There is no traffic apart from a small number of Land Rovers. There are tracks which are being improved and always an incredible view in every direction.

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