Caleta de Sebo: Caleta de Sebo, capital of La Graciosa, is perhaps one of the most unusual corners of the Canary Islands. Boats leave daily from the village of Órzola (north of Lanzarote) which take visitors twenty minutes to reach this sanctuary of peace, with its white houses and sandy streets, where you can walk barefoot. Tranquillity in the middle of the ocean and a place to recharge the batteries exhausted by the pace of civilisation.
Playa de la Cocina (Montaña amarilla): a small cove located at the foot of the mountain called Montaña Amarilla. This small mountain is striking for its great scenic beauty with yellow, reddish and brown tones. The beautiful cove, barely 50 metres long, with a very fine sandy beach and unbeatable turquoise blue and green waters, invites you to take an instant swim.
Playa de la Francesa: an unspoilt beach located two kilometres from Caleta de Sebo. Its fine white sand contrasts perfectly with the turquoise blue of the sea. It has a south-facing horseshoe shape, which means that the sea is almost always calm. It is located in the south of La Graciosa and therefore offers breath-taking views of the strait of the sea and the gigantic natural stone wall that is the cliff of Famara (Lanzarote).
Playa de las Conchas: is located in the north of La Graciosa. This paradisiacal beach of coarse white sand surrounded by a rustic landscape overlooks the neighbouring uninhabited islands of Montaña Clara and Alegranza. Its 600 metres of extension and a fairly unobstructed average width allow you to completely disconnect in the middle of this natural corner.
Pedro Barba: the second of the island's urban centres, situated 6 km from Caleta de Sebo at the north-eastern tip of the island. Nowadays Pedro Barba is a holiday resort of some twenty houses, all white, well-kept and surrounded by gardens with palm trees, which are only inhabited in summer. It has a small 110-metre long beach with calm, transparent waters, sheltered by a breakwater, where you can take a refreshing swim.