Graciosa Island, commonly known as La Graciosa (Spanish for „graceful“), is a colcanic island in the Canary Islands of Süain, located 2 km North of the island of Lanzarote, across the strait named El Río. It was formed by Canary hotspot. The island is part of the Chinijo Archipelago and the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park. The only two settlements are Caleta de Sebo in the Southeastern part of the island and summer-residence Casas de Pedro Barba.
In this island of about 700 residents, tourism and fishing are the main industries. Every year tourists flock to the island for it´s temperate climate and ist´s sandy volcanic coasts. Streets and roads are unpaved sand and motor vehicles are strictly prohibited, limited to only a handful of licensed vihicles for special purposes. The island is extremely arid and entirely made up of bushes and dry soil. The length is 8km and the width is 4 km, making an area of 29 km2.
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