see them stars in summer It is one of the most successful plans as it is suitable for children and adults. All you need is a blanket, a small bag with food in case you get hungry, and binoculars so you can see the stars better. In big cities very difficult to see clear skies due to light pollution and therefore it is often decided to go to distant places where the sky is “clear” to observe everything carefully.
we like to see stars like Big Dipper, Little Dipper or Milky Way available. In 2007 UNESCO developed a program called ‘Starlight’ to document suitable places to watch the sky. We have a few places in Spain that are recognized as such. starlight reservations, you can go and be sure to see a completely starry sky. And as if that wasn’t enough, ‘Starlight Tourist Destinations’ They are places to visit with excellent qualities to watch the starry sky.
Children’s Rock, La Palma
explosion Cumbre Vieja volcano Palm Witnessing the hidden face of volcanoes for 85 days marked the future of the island. However, this cannot prevent us from visiting this part of the Canary Islands and further promoting tourism, and therefore, one of the options is to visit one of the most emblematic attractions: Men’s roque.
Northern face of the Sierra de Gredos, Ávila
Special altitude conditions, minimal light pollution and clear days give tourists a unique experience from a star perspective. dark sky Avila. It is rated as one of 25 places in the world where you can clearly see all the places. constellations. If you like animals in addition to stars, this place is perfect because one of its main features bird watching and wildlife.
Atlantic Islands National Park, Galicia
It was renamed ‘Starlight Destination’ in 2016 and includes: Islands of Cíes, Ons, Sálvora and Cortegada and there is the possibility to enjoy the starry sky from a boat. They offer guided tours at night from Xunta de Galicia; overnight staywith explanations about astronomy and other phenomena; Y photography tours Photo apps at night in the Cíes and Ons archipelago and with advice in Sálvora and Cortegada.
Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Valleys, La Rioja
In La Rioja you can also enjoy the starlight and, in particular, two parks: Laguna Star Park in Cameros and Star Park of Cervera del Río Alhama. Away from light pollution and next to the towns of Laguna and Cervera del Río Alhama, these places make it possible to contemplate the constellations besides the attractiveness of the beauty of these municipalities.
Sierra Morena, Andalusia
Andalusia is the closest part of Europe to the equator and this makes it possible to observe a larger stretch of the universe, many celestial bodies can be seen from this site. Sierra Morena is the world’s largest Starlight Reserve and Tourist Destination. 400 kilometers along the north of the provinces of Jaén, Córdoba, Seville and Huelva, 57 municipalities contain six nature parks of more than 400 thousand hectares.