La Graciosa is an island belonging to the municipality of Teguise. In 2018 it was recognised as being the eighth most inhabited island in the Canaries. Nevertheless, in terms of administration it belongs to the municipality. La Graciosa is also part of the Chinijo Archipelago, together with the islets Montaña Clara, Roque del Este, Roque del Oeste and Alegranza.
This small island is locally known as “The Little Treasure”. La Graciosa is a natural gem that locals have kept unspoilt. It is sparsely inhabited, there are no paved roads, and no pollution. If you add this to its blissful beaches, its wistful and beautiful landscapes, and its year-round exceptional climate, this island really is a unique destination if you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle and connect with nature.