Welcome to Isla Graciosa
The island was first populated in 1867 by seven families. Today, virtually all its inhabitants live in the tranquil harbour village of Caleta de Sebo, where the Órzola boats dock, seafood restaurants cluster and streets are carpeted with silky golden sand. On windy days Caleta de Sebo feels like a cross between a bare Moroccan village and a sand-swept Wild West outpost. Behind it stretches 28 sq km of scrubland, interrupted by five minor volcanic peaks and scattered all-natural beaches. There are no sealed roads here: bicycles, walks or battered Land Rovers are the only ways to get around.