With hundreds of sailings a year, there’s no shortage of options for exploring the Mediterranean. As a traveler, you will be spoilt by choices while planning your itineraries.
The promise of hot sun and extended and leisurely beach days is one of the key draws for many tourists to the Mediterranean. The area receives millions of visitors annually, making it the most popular tourist destination in the world.
For an explorer in you who plan to take a Mediterranean cruise, let us break down the best sunset spots to look for on your next excursion to this majestic destination nestling clear beaches, secluded islands, and several mystical historical sites, museums, and monuments.
Cape Creus- Iberian Peninsula
The view from the lighthouse at Cap de Creus is a unique experience and the place to admire this amazing spectacle. Combining the Pyrenees and Mediterranean views, it is the ideal location for a sunset walk in this beautiful area.
Since 1853, when the lighthouse was first built, it has been a symbol of maritime safety. However, it is also one of the prettiest sunset spots in the Mediterranean and sometimes draws thousands of visitors a year.
Gibralfaro Castle, Malaga
Gibralfaro Castle is a spectacular example of Islamic architecture and one of the most important historical monuments in Málaga. The castle, which stands on an ancient Roman fortification and has been used since the Arab conquest, is also one of the best sunset spots in the Mediterranean.
Its location is spectacular, overlooking the sea and overlooking the city, it will make you feel like you are on a movie set. It’s worth visiting as part of your stay in Malaga.
Las Palomas Island
One of the catapulting spots to see sunsets is on Tarifa’s Isla de las Palomas. The Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean are artificially separated at this location, which is the peninsula’s southernmost point. It is conceivable to think about Africa by looking to one side and seeing the water, and by looking to the other side and seeing Africa from above in sweeping panoramas.
Mermaids’ Reef, Cabo de Gata
This viewpoint is located next to the lighthouse that gives off different lights and plays a role in the landscape of Cabo de Gata-Níjar. It is a place where people come to enjoy their holidays and a magical view through which one can admire the sea and nature.
The Magic of Cabo de Gata-Níjar is unforgettable. A landscape of remarkable diversity and unique beauty, where the sea and the sky form an extraordinary unity and harmony.
La Rijana Beach, Granada
Cala La Rijana the least known jewel is a beautiful coastal area located in the province of Granada. It is one of the few beaches in the peninsula that cannot be reached by car or bus since it is located at sea level, only accessible by walking which makes it one of the ideal spots to enjoy the sunset.