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Travesía a nado El Río. Lanzarote-La Graciosa

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Annual Swimming Expedition across Spain’s Largest Marine Reserve: Travesía a nado

Each year, the prestigious Travesía a nado swimming endurance event is hosted between the islands of Lanzarote and La Graciosa. This renowned swimming challenge takes place within El Río, Spain’s largest Marine Reserve, and is regarded as a must-experience event in the Canary Islands. As this annual tradition continues, each subsequent event garners more anticipatory excitement than the last.

The challenge commences from Playa de Bajo Risco on Lanzarote island. Participants make their way to the finish line located on the Caleta de Sebo beach on La Graciosa island. With a race distance of roughly 2600 metres, participants are offered a window of 1 hour post the first participant’s arrival to complete the race.

The Travesía a nado focal point is the Caleta de Sebo pier on La Graciosa. Here, a group warm-up occurs, and participants embark the organisation’s boats for a group transfer to the race’s start line at Bajo Risco beach on Lanzarote Island.

The registration period for the endurance event opens on June 19, precisely at 8:30 a.m. local time. Don’t hesitate as places tend to fill up fast given the popularity of this unique swimming challenge amidst the beautiful setting of Spain’s largest Marine Reserve.


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The Travesía a nado between the islands of Lanzarote and La Graciosa takes place annually in the largest Marine Reserve in Spain, called El Río. It is considered one of the most popular in the Canary Islands. Year after year, expectation grows. The crossing starting from Playa de Bajo Risco in Lanzarote to the finish line at Caleta de Sebo beach in La Graciosa has a time limit of 1 hour after the arrival of the first participant and has a distance of 2600 meters. All the activity is concentrated in Caleta de Sebo (La Graciosa) pier, where the collective warm-up takes place and access to the organization’s boats to jointly transfer all the participating swimmers to the starting line located on the beach Bajo Risco in Lanzarote. Registration opening: June 19 at 8:30 a.m. (local time)


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