There is no better way to know a place than to observe its views from above. The viewpoints, both those that are located in a natural setting and those that offer the view of a city, are the ideal place to enjoy the different landscapes, take pictures and put the end to a trip.
Thus, in Spain you can find numerous viewpoints of all kinds and, although it is very difficult to choose one or the other, these are some of the most spectacular viewpoints in the country.
10 spectacular viewpoints in Spain
The first of the viewpoints is well known for the views it offers of the city of Granada, featuring the sunset and the Alhambra. In fact, in 1997, former American President Bill Clinton confirmed the beauty of this landscape and said that the views from the Mirador de San Nicolás were among the best in the world.
Also in the south, the Mirador del Puente Nuevo, in Ronda, Malaga is well known. This place offers different points from which to contemplate the strip that divides the city of Malaga, as well as the majestic bridge that connects both parts and that is 98 meters high.
Lovers of natural landscapes have to visit the Mirador de Santa Catalina, it is one of the best viewpoints in Cantabria. In a small balcony that hangs over 1,000 meters high on Mount Jozarcu you can see an incredible view of the La Hermida gorge.
Likewise, the La Antigua Viewpoint at the Melero Melero, in Cáceres, is one of the best places to contemplate the route that forms the meander that the Alagón River makes as it passes through these lands of Las Hurdes, very close to the town. from Riomalo de Abajo.
Near Madrid, in the province of Segovia, one of the best viewpoints that can be found is the landscape formed by the Hoces del Duratón. The image of the route that the river makes through the vicinity of Sepúlveda is highly recommended, especially in some of the points offered by the visit to the Hoces del Río Duratón Natural Park, embedded in a deep canyon, which reaches more than 100 meters of unevenness.
On the other hand, for lovers of the sea, looking at the horizon and seeing nothing but water is possible at Cabo de Fisterra, in A Coruña, another of the best known viewpoints for being considered “the end of the world”. It is located on a cliff where the sunsets do not leave anyone indifferent, especially the pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago, who do not end their trip until they get here.
On the island of Lanzarote, the so-called Mirador del Río rises on a cliff almost 480 meters high. Specifically, it is located in the Risco de Famara and from there you can see a beautiful landscape of the sea where you can see the small islands of the Chiijino archipelago.
A heart attack is the Mirador del Fraile, in Aldeadávila de la Ribera, within the Arribes del Duero Natural Park, in Salamanca. A small balcony that looms over the great Duero canyon and the Aldeadávila dam, where the cliffs reach 400 meters in height.
On another island, this time in Mallorca, is the Mirador Es Colomer, also known as Sa Creueta. The stone walk that goes up to it already warns of the spectacular views that can be seen from there, where you can enjoy a sunset
Finally, in the Pyrenees of Huesca you can find the viewpoints of Ordesa. The whole area is full of different stone walls that serve as a barrier to be able to look out at the impressive views of forests, pure nature.