This week we had to say goodbye the summer one more year, but its end has given us in the last days amazing sunsets in the Canary Islands. Today in our blog, we have a look some of them.  

In Gran Canaria for example, nature offered to us just only some weeks ago, a beautiful image of the nightfall in the pine forest of Tamadaba. The sirocco or haze near Tenerife caused a curious effect which blurred the silhouette of the Teide, witness of this stunning spectacle.

Also Tenerife has had these months wonderful sunsets. The last month of June for example, the red, orange and yellow tones with a clear view of the Teide, were captured by the cameras of many people from the Canary Islands, as they did not hesitate to inmortalize this nice moment. This phenomenon was viral on the social networks and left everybody who saw it speechless that evening.

Another very popular sunset in the Canary Islands, takes place many days in the Famara Beach. In fact, the landscape and the mix of colors which you can see frequently at the end of the day in this corner of Lanzarote, has been considered the best one in the archipelago and one of the favourites in the whole country, according to the readers of the pretigious magazine Condé Nast Traveler.  

Fuerteventura is neither lack of ideal locations to enjoy striking sunsets. Maybe one of the most famous is in the Ajuy Beach, where the nightfalls are always a delight for the visitors.

But without a doubt, the most amazing natural phenomenon this summer has been contemplated in La Palma. The Neowise comet path through the sky of “the beautiful island”, as it is also known, gave us a real stellar show.

In our archipelago, even the smallest islands surprise us with wonderful images as well, when the day ends. This is the case of La Gomera, where every evening tourists and residents get together in the beach of Valle Gran Rey to contemplate fantastic sundowns; or El Hierro that, just like La Palma, offers a perfect environment to observe stars and enjoy unique sunsets from the natural pool of La Maceta, or the Orchilla lighthouse.

 

In short, as you can see, the Canary Islands offer a lot of places, many of them hidden, which are ideal to experience the sunset in a special and stunning way. We invite you to discover them!

 

 

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