Especially for Valentine´s Day the seven most beautiful places with the most spectacular sunsets have been listed. So hurry! It’s not too late to spontaneously kidnap your loved to one of these beautiful places in Spain.
The Spaniards and foreign travellers alike have known for a long time that Spain is full of surprising places. But perhaps on Valentine´s Day you want to take your love to a special place where the romance is evident. Holidayguru listed some of the most romantic places in Spain. What all locations have in common is that the sunsets in all these places are truly spectacular. Perfect for Valentine´s Day!
These are the most romantic places in Spain where must visit to experience at least one sunset:
Natural Park of the Albufeira (Valencia)
The contrast of the clear Mediterranean sea, the birds flying over, the passing boats, and the light reflecting off the water make this place – and especially the sunset – very unique and romantic.
Cueva d’en Xoroi (Menorca)
Steep stairs and a system of tunnels take you down this cliff in the south of the Spanish island of Menorca. This cave is located next to the village of Cala en Porter and here you will undoubtedly experience the most memorable sunset on the island. However, don’t count on being alone. Every evening many people come here to experience this moment. And once the sun has set, this place turns into an open-air disco to end the day partying.
Mills of the Campo de Criptana (Ciudad Real)
Campo de Criptana is one of the most romantic places in the region of Castile – La Mancha. The endless landscape with a mixture of colors and shadows of the windmills provides a true natural spectacle.
Sitting at around 130 metres above the sea level, you have a magical view of the setting sun from the lookout next to the castle of Gibralfaro. This place is definitely a must-see for tourists visiting the capital of Málaga.
Known as the “city of three cultures”, Toledo was described as the city with the most beautiful nighttime panorama in the world by the prestigious Japanese Convention Bureau. The sunset from the valley of Toledo with the sun setting between the Alcázar and the cathedral is a picture that will stay with you forever.
Mirador de San Nicolas (Granada)
The indescribable views of the Alhambra, the Sierra Nevada, and the Generalife from the square of the Mirador de San Nicolás are often accompanied by live music. A moment that still enchants even the inhabitants of Granada. Here you will undoubtedly experience one of the most beautiful sunsets in all of Spain.
Cabo Finisterre (Galicia)
Considered by the Romans as “the end of the world”, Finesterre is the perfect place to watch the sunset. The Costa da Morte has the privilege of being the last place in mainland Europe to see the sunset. While waiting for the sun to set, you can enjoy the dreamy nature with cliffs, the rugged coastline, and the endless Atlantic Ocean.