La Graciosa Water Experience

La Graciosa Water Experience

La Graciosa Water Experience
4.5
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM, 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Monday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Tuesday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Thursday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Friday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Saturday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Sunday
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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LGWE was conceived with the intention to enable everybody to enjoy this incredible landscape . Leaving no footprints , experience an environmental-friendly and relaxing SUP excursion to admire the tranquil inlets,a exciting trip to surf or SUP in waves, or an adventurous downwind trip to follow the coastline for the more experienced. On windy days enjoy the thrill of kiting en places that dr
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  • BadG84
    Birmingham, United Kingdom6 contributions
    La Graciosa
    This trip in Lanzarote was by far the best part of our holiday. Costed €59 each which was quite pricey however soft drinks and alcohol was included and so was food. A great island trip on the boat which takes all day, you get to hop off the boat when arriving at La Graciosa where you get the chance to swim, relax or snorkel! On the boat you get to feed the fish too. The boat was a catamaran, nice boat, I enjoyed the experience as it was my first ever time on a boat trip! Boat also had live music and alcoholic shots. Would deffinetly recommend for anyone who loves the beach and sea.
    Traveled as a couple
    Written August 6, 2017
  • payitacampos
    Santiago, Chile470 contributions
    Aventura
    Nos fuimos temprano ya que los ferry o catamaran salen hasta el medio día solamente y también para aprovechar el día en la isla se demora aproximadamente 1/2 hora en ir y se mueve bastante el ferry , toda una aventura en alta mar al llegar a la isla te ofrecen bicicletas para recorrerla o lo puedes hacer a pie o en auto taxi yo sugiero esta última así no pierdes tiempo para recorrerla también dependerá de lo que quieras hacer nosotros fuimos a l playa las conchas que es verdaderamente hermosa como estar en el caribe arena fina mar azul , turquesa una maravilla y a la playa que esta al lado del muelle sebo para bañarse demora esto el día completo
    Traveled as a couple
    Written May 14, 2016
  • Federica_Fefe_G
    Province of Rovigo, Italy118 contributions
    Isola assolutamente da vedere!
    Sono stata in escursione in giornata con il mio ragazzo.Preso il traghetto da Orzola siamo arrivati al porto de la Graciosa. Noi la traversata l'abbiamo fatta in poppa cosi da goderci paesaggio, vento e onde! Appena arrivati abbiamo preso a noleggio 2 bici (10 euro a bici) e ci siamo avviati. Già l'inizio è stato difficile, non esistono strade asfaltate, tante troppe buche anche per avere una bici da fuori strada!! Siamo comunque arrivati alla playa conchas, la più bella dell'isola, qui non ci si può fare il bagno a causa delle onde troppo alte e frequenti! E' comunque un piccolo paradiso terrestre! Ci siamo poi avviati verso playa Pedro e abbiamo fatto una super cavolata!! Da las Conchas vi conviene assolutamente continuare il percorso verso il nord dell'isola,la strada sarà pianeggiante/leggera salita e poi una lunga discesa! Non fate come noi che siamo tornati indietro per la strada di partenza e per arrivare a playa pedro abbiamo fatto troppa strada in salita tutta a buche(sotto il sole...da morire d'infarto). Consiglio anche playa della Francesa, molto carina! Ah consiglio di portarvi dell'acqua nello zaino perchè poi là, ad eccezione che al porto che c'è qualche localino/bar dove possono vendervela, poi l'isola è tutta deserta e brulla, senza un filo di ombra, acqua e cappello saranno la vostra salvezza! Al ritorno consiglio di mettersi sulla parte alta del traghetto, e stare a destra cosi riuscirete a godervi tutto il passaggio ravvicinato alle coste nord di Lanzarote!
    Traveled as a couple
    Written September 29, 2015
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TGardAngus
Angus20 contributions
Sep 2015 • Family
The price of our ticket (56 Euros each) included return bus transfer from Costa Teguise to Orzola, return ferry crossing from Orzola to La Graciosa and the trip on the catamaran. We found this quite reasonable. On the whole though we found it a long day and left La Graciosa hungry and sunburnt. The onboard catering on the catamaran was very limited.We had to make do with one small piece of Spanish omelette and one slice of bread for the entirety of the trip. If you do not like Paella, you will go hungry. Thankfully there was unlimited beer, sangria, water, cola and orange juice to keep us hydrated. If you like swimming and are able to stay in the burning hot sun all afternoon, this is the trip for you. You can swim and snorkel and there is a water taxi available to take people onto the beach (where there is no shelter or facilities whatsoever). We opted to stay on the boat and it was very uncomfortable. It was a case of either sit out in the glare of the sun to catch the breeze, or take refuge in the shade where there was no fresh air and it was absolutely suffocating. I personally found myself having trouble breathing in the shade, so opted to sit out in the breeze and got sunburned. The continual blasting out of Europop music was very irritating. The catamaran experience lasted around 4 hours, if my fuzzy memory serves me correctly. On the way back to port, a rowdy sing song led by the crew finished off the trip. We arrived back in port, in time for the 5.30pm sailing of the ferry back to Orzola. Not to my liking, this trip will suit anyone who is used to the hot sun, loves water activities, does not mind paella and is immune to bad music.
Written September 23, 2015
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Fionamac1959
Arbroath, UK29 contributions
Jun 2015 • Family
We were on a bus to get to the top of Lanzarote, then a short 15 mins to La Graciosa. Transferred onto the catamaran for a sail round the island. Drinks - beer, sangria, water, coke and orange - and food included but we were told when we booked there would be a choice but there was only paella so as hubby and I don't like it, we had bread and fruit for lunch. You could choose to go to the beach for snorkelling or kayaking or stay on the boat. We went to the beach so the girls could snorkel. Thankfully we had our own water as we were on the beach for 2.5 hours in blistering heat. Felt that could've been shorter. Finished sail and returned to pickup point in reverse travel. Was 54 euros. Felt it was a bit overpriced for what it was.
Written July 11, 2015
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Katie W
11 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
We went as a group of friends looking to learn and see a bit more of lanzarote and the islands that are near. We were picked up by coach and taken to the port where we were taken to the first island la graciosa by ferry. Very choppy but it was excellent and only a short journey. We then had an hour to stroll around and do a bit of sight seeing then it was time to board our catamaran to another part of la graciosa. We were greeted with Spanish omelette and a drink of our choice of which we could have as many as we wanted. We set sail and wow just super! We got to the other part of the island and was dropped off for some sun bathing and fun in the sea with water sports included eg. Kayaking, water slides or just relax on the most exquisite beach. We then boarded the catamaran again to have the most delicious paella I have ever tasted! Again with a choice of drinks.
We paid €59 and I think with what’s included it’s a bargain worth every penny! Also this is an excursion that is all day. The crew are a delight really friendly and helpful. Just super!
Written May 21, 2019
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Ellie J
Pontypridd, UK36 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
We booked with last minute travel and it cost us €59 each, we was picked up from the hotel at 9:50 am and was taken to board a ferry, it was very windy that day and the ferry was extremely rocky but I enjoyed it. We spent a hour in a little village when we got off the ferry. We boarded the catamaran and was given a mojito which was lovely. We sailed to a small beach and stayed there for a few hours, the drinks were all included which were soft drinks, mojitos, sangria, and San Miguel. Food was paella I don’t like paella but it smelt lovely. Lots of people seemed to be enjoying it. The crew were lovely and we had free time to swim in the sea visit the beach opposite or just relax. Overall a brilliant trip and I’d advise anyone to do it. It’s a all day trip which is even better.
Written July 8, 2018
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dennissimpson28
London, UK49 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
Used low cost tours who was sited in our hotel to book a catamaran trip at La Graciosa good trip and very clean boat but was very disappointed that the actual sailing time was so short, I think we just got the main sail and jib up for a few minutes,only to have them brought down again and carried on our way via a our out board engine to the beach area ,this was certainly not the impression of our trip which is illustrated in their advertising leaflet which shows a trip around the islands of La Graciosa ,we did find the food on board and refreshments were quite good as was the services given by all of the crew and our driver who took us too and from our hotel
Written October 15, 2016
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Tatsujinpo
9 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
Best trip ever. Fantastic thru and thru... The ride in coach was good, and catamaran was great... Recommend getting to front of boat, nice for tanning and chilling...

Staff aboard the whole trip were fantastic.. Funny and really helpful.. Made your trip great and couldn't do more to make sure u were happy!!!
Written September 12, 2015
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Joe M
Ireland341 contributions
Jun 2015 • Family
Recommend you to book the 'I Love Graciosa' experience with Line as Maritimas Romero. Great value for €60 per person you get bussed to small port on the north of Lanzarote, then a 25 minute ferry ride to the village of Sabo on Graciosa, then after a short time in the village you get to experience a catamaran ride to the Yellow Volcano to take breathtaking shots, before anchoring off French beach for swimming, canoeing and snorkelling in crystal clear water with fish to see ! Then return to the catamaran to have a meal of freshly cooked paella! Drinks provided throughout as part of the deal along with the food. Then return the way we came. A full day !
Written June 24, 2015
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