Caleta de Sebo

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Caleta del Sebo, in the Canary Islands, is the main settlement and capital community of La Graciosa.

The population is 656 (ISTAC, 2006), La Graciosa is included in the municipality of Teguise on Lanzarote.

Tourism is the main industry along with fishing. Every year, tourists flock to the island for its temperate climate and its sandy volcanic coasts. The island has a school, a lyceum, a post office, supermarkets, a port, beaches, the only bank in the island (a Bankia bank branch in danger of elimination as of September 2013[1]) and a square (plaza) where bikes can be hired.

Demographics[edit]

Population[2] of Caleta de Sebo
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
626 615 624 617 628 635 656 638 646 642

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Coordinates: 29°13′51″N 13°30′11″W / 29.23083°N 13.50306°W / 29.23083; -13.50306