Last Sunday, after a little over a week of daily rain, we were blessed with sunshine in Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata and as my knee was much improved I felt it was about time to start getting out and about again, something I’ve missed over the past month or so. I packed up my camera bag and set off to the Sierra de Cabo de Gata and a good hearty walk :-)
The Sierra de Cabo de Gata is the principal mountain range within the Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata and contains the world’s loveliest beaches, which you can read about elsewhere in this blog, some pretty unique, rugged and wild scenery and the best light I’ve ever seen, bar none… and especially so at this time of the year.
Here are a few of the photographs I took during the day.
In the next photograph you can clearly see the two volcanoes known as Los Frailes – don’t worry though, they are dormant and have been for a very long time!
The Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata is a beautiful place to visit all year round but especially autumn through to spring the light is at it’s best and obviously there are few visitors so it’s less crowded! Why not come and see for yourself?