Tour the island
There are two main routes to travel La Graciosa on two wheels. The Southern Route starts in Caleta de Sebo (the port and the only inhabited urban centre on the island) and goes as far as the famous French beach.
On the other hand, the North Route is a circular route of 15 kilometers in total and, although it is longer than the South Route, this route has less difficulty. It also departs from Caleta de Sebo and passes through Las Agujas and Montaña Bermeja, although you can also take the route towards the eastern part of the island and reach the village of Pedro Barba.
Diving in the Natural
Reserve of Chinijo
Without a doubt, the queen of La Graciosa's activities is to dive and snorkel in the waters of Europe's largest Nature Reserve. With an incredible seabed, La Graciosa is the location par excellence for lovers of diving and sporting events such as CazaFotoSub (a photo contest known as 'underwater photos at lung').
Pedro Barba is the second urban nucleus of the Island of La Graciosa and is only inhabited during the summer months. Although it is a somewhat secluded area, it is worth a visit during an escape by bicycle or hiking. It is an old fishing village of which there are still a few houses and cactus gardens (due to the desert of the area).