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Ferries to Graciosa

The volcanic island of Graciosa makes up part of the Azores archipelago in the mid-Atlantic.

Known as the ‘White Island’ due to a white clay landscape and its sea of whitewashed houses, it oozes rural charm and tranquillity. It also boasts a Dutch-style backdrop of windmills scattered across vast fields and colourful vineyards.

In Vila da Praia, make sure you visit the Church of Sao Mateus, which features a fascinating 18th Century organ.

A hike up the 129m ‘Monte de Nossa Senhora da Ajuda’ gives you stunning views overlooking Santa Cruz. There are also some wonderful shrines nearby, most notably the ‘Chapel of our Lady of Help’, which is a fine example of fortified religious architecture.

Venturing through one of the island’s sulphur caverns, in particular, ‘Furna do Enxofre’, makes for a thrilling day. There is a 100-metre deep natural tunnel which leads to an awe-inspiring lake, filled with sulphur water in the volcano’s crater. Although cold, it is perfectly safe to bathe in and has positive nutrients for your skin.

There are more mineral baths to be found in Carapacho in the south. Here, you can relax in hot spring baths which are believed to contain medicinal waters.

The volcanic soil encourages excellent vine growth. Therefore, naturally, Graciosa boasts some fine wines. Inside the ethnographic museum in Santa Cruz, you can learn everything you need to know about the local wine culture.

Graciosa is very well connected with the other islands in the Azores. There are frequent, short journeys from Terceira, Pico, Sao Jorge, Faial and Sao Miguel. However, there are slightly longer sailings from Santa Maria and Flores which take just under a day with one crossing each week.

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Graciosa reviews

  • "Excellent ferry"

    DIRECT FERRIES is a smaller ship but cheaper than those more famous, it is perfect to move from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote. The staff is really competent and helped us carry all the luggages. There are two floors, equipped with toilets and you can chose to stay outdoor or inside. Breathtaking view!

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  • "going back home"

    IT WAS THE FIRS TIME THAT I TOOK THIS FERRY AND IT WAS VERY GOOD

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  • "Travel to Corralejo"

    Booked trip in advance as we were flying back to UK from Fuerteventura.Staff very pleasant and helpful.Glass bottom boat to keep kids entertained.trip took 45 minutes The boat was clean and tidy.I would travel with this company again

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  • "Corralejo to playa blanca"

    Everything about our trip was good. I would recommend to anybody. We carried two large suitcases and hand luggage which was loaded for us very efficiently. Th attitude of the crew was very good and the ship was driven well by the captain, and only cost under £20 for the two of us inclusive of luggage. Thank you

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