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Steve-and-Andie wrote a review Mar 2020
Lancaster, United Kingdom2,907 contributions382 helpful votes
Small museum tucked behind the church. This free to enter gives an insight into the marine life in the area but also the salt and aloe vera industry which is the same information as any of the aloe vera museums on the mainland. Worth a look. Not much else to do on the island!!
Date of experience: March 2020
Wanderer191255 wrote a review Feb 2020
Southport, United Kingdom487 contributions146 helpful votes
Provides a great deal of information about salt and the marine life round the island if you take the time to read the commentaries. For those interested can I also suggest you visit the church which so beautifully represents the life of the local fishermen and I think is quite exceptional.…
Date of experience: February 2020
Lhosa D wrote a review Dec 2019
South West England, United Kingdom45 contributions11 helpful votes
Great little museum providing information on the marine nature reserve, the wonders of salt and aloe vera on the island, and Dolphins. A great overview of the area to help orientate and start your holiday on La Graciosa.
Date of experience: December 2019
rustythevet wrote a review Sep 2019
UK62 contributions13 helpful votes
Lovely little museum, dolphins, whales and Aloe Vera! Free entry. Cleanest place on La Graciosa! Worth a visit.
Date of experience: September 2019
Guyj2010 wrote a review Mar 2019
Hucknall, United Kingdom86 contributions47 helpful votes
If you feel , like us that you should do something cultured on your holiday on La Graciosa, this is the place to visit. It's a tiny museum, with three rooms which tell you about the natural history of the island. It takes about 10 minutes to see everything - then you can head off to the beach!…
Date of experience: March 2019