You can board from 4:00 p.m. at Marina Lanzarote, in Arrecife. Tonight we will sleep in port and prepare the ship to set sail the next day.
We will sail to the islets in the north of the island of Lanzarote to explore the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park, the largest marine reserve in Europe. We will arrive at the island of La Graciosa, the only island that is inhabited. We will approach the port of Caleta de Sebo, a small group of white houses and white sand streets, a place to disconnect. We will have time to walk its streets and enjoy a good fresh fish for dinner.
I want to dedicate this day to exploring the Island of La Graciosa, with time and without haste. We can travel it on a bike route, on foot along the trails that run around the island or discover its coastline by Kayak or Paddle Surf. For those who feel like it, we can organize a dive to explore the richness of its seabed, with an incredible biodiversity that will allow us to discover unique species of the Canary Islands.
Day to explore the islets that are more to the north of the Archipelago. We will sail to the island of Alegranza, a virgin and uninhabited paradise. We will ask for permission to disembark and visit the island. If time permits, we will spend the night anchored in one of its beaches.
We will leave the northern islands of Lanzarote, and head south. Today will be a full day of navigation, where we will travel the steepest coast of the Island, from north to south, enjoying the landscape, impressive cliffs and reddish mountains.
We will arrive at Isla de Lobos, located north of the island of Fuerteventura. We will spend the night there and wake up in the crystal clear waters of this little paradise.
In Lobos we also have many options to do. We can visit the island on a walking tour, simply enjoy its beaches, snorkel or dive in its waters, or even surf for the more experienced. If the ideal conditions are met, in Lobos we can find the perfect wave and the longest in the Canary Islands.
We will sail towards Lanzarote, and we will approach the Costa de Papagayo, one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Today we can simply enjoy a relaxed day on board and the pleasure of doing nothing, enjoying this wonderful beach, its waters and its landscape. At sunset, we can take a walk to the Natural Monument of Los Ajaches, a volcanic massif with an impressive landscape of high peaks and impressive cliffs that is really worth visiting.
Today we will go to Puerto Calero to meet a scientific association that investigates cetaceans in the Canary Islands. We will have the opportunity to participate in a citizen science project and collaborate with them. We will spend the day sailing aboard your boat, from where the sightings and data collection for your investigations are made.
Tonight we will sleep in port, where there is a great gastronomic offer and we can enjoy the good Canarian gastronomy.
From where we are, we can explore some places of interest in the interior of the island. We can go to the Timanfaya National Park, and explore its impressive volcanic landscape, and in the afternoon organize a visit to the wineries of La Geria, a very unique area of wine production that maintains a traditional and ecological agriculture.
At sunset we will sail to Arrecife.
Farewell and disembarkation day. We will disembark in Arrecife and you can disembark until 11:00 a.m.