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Kanacea (pronounced [kanaˈðea]) is a volcanic island with seven peaks in Fiji's Lau archipelago. It is situated at 17.25° South and 179.171° East, 15 km west of Vanua Balavu. Covering an area of 13 square km, it has a maximum elevation of 259 m.

The island features a coconut plantation and many streams, and is circled by great beaches and fringing reefs with a boat opening and a large lagoon on the northeastern side. Plantation buildings and a school remain.

Kanacea is privately owned. Its main economic activity is centred on the coconut plantation.

Coordinates: 17°16′S 179°09′W / 17.267°S 179.150°W / -17.267; -179.150