The main beach on La Graciosa
La Graciosa, next to Lanzarote, is the least populated of the Canary Islands. A real treasure hidden away in the northeast, you cannot but go to a pearl like Las Conchas. Even though you have to go on foot, it takes about 45 minutes from the main town or by bike, about 20 minutes, getting to this pale sandy beach and enjoying its ever changing ocean blue is something your senses will be forever grateful for. You could even hire a 4x4, the only vehicle allowed. It isn’t how you get there, it’s getting there.
A pale sand beach with views of the islets of Alegranza and Montaña Clara
After a pleasant walk from Caleta de Sebo, lazing on the warm sand and bathing, naked or not, are real pleasures. The walk is on easy semi desert terrain. The permanent sun makes bathing a priority but remember to be careful with the swell of the waves and the currents. Its views of the islets of Alegranza and Montaña Clara, the shells which give it its name, the solitude, purity and feeling of freedom make you want to go back the very next day.