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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To La Graciosa Ferry Port

  • La Graciosa Accommodation

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La Graciosa Guide

La Graciosa Ferry Port

La Graciosa is one of the smaller islands belonging to Lanzarote, with only 600 permanent residents and a lack of properly made infrastructure. Tourism has sparked a huge boost in the island’s economy, providing locals with jobs in hospitality and transportation. Before tourism became so prominent, fishing was the primary form of income; it is believed that many of the locals have never left La Graciosa, using fishing as their only vice for survival. There is no airport on the island so ferry is the only viable way to gain entry to La Graciosa, making the ferry port one of the busiest places on the island. Most visitors only visit La Graciosa for a day due to the limited entertainment available, though there are some basic hotels in the main town of Caleta Del Sobo for an overnight stay. It is very rare for tourists to stay longer than a few days – the combination of a lack of amenities and roads doesn’t lend to an idyllic holiday destination, though it is worthwhile visiting for an afternoon. The ferry crossings are from neighbouring islands belonging to Lanzarote, with the longest sailing lasting up to half an hour. The close proximity of the islands makes it easy to hop between them, especially with the ferries always being reliable, fairly affordable and running frequently throughout the day.

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