• Magical sunsets in the Sierra Norte of Madrid

    Photos: @elderon and @adrianarteche

    Are you one of those looking for beautiful sunsets to enjoy the end of the day?

    Something as simple as a sunset can become something magical... If you enjoy the moment, perfect place and company, can become, In addition, in a memorable memory.

    For this reason, from the Sierra Norte de Madrid we invite you to enjoy the moment when you see the sun set, enjoy the feelings of peace, freedom and tranquility that gives off the same and let yourself be carried away to the purest magic of our territory.

    Will you join us?

    The Sierra Norte de Madrid, with his 1.254 Km2 spread over 42 municipalities with 23 inhabitants/km2 is the most natural and rural tourist destination in the Community of Madrid.

    It is difficult to choose from so many variety of places to enjoy magical sunsets... so today, let's show you some of them, but ... you must continue enjoying them in different locations until you find your favorite place and sunset in the Sierra Norte of Madrid!

    ENJOY A GIFT AT THE END OF THE DAY ON YOUR VISIT TO THE SIERRA NORTE DE MADRID

    UPPER LOZOYA VALLEY – FINNISH FOREST

    In the municipality of Rascafría you can find this dream place, in which enjoying a sunset makes it a really magical area.

    Its landscape, much like the forests of Finland, we are transferred to that country without leaving Madrid. An area with the charm of tales that will make your time stop and you want to stay there forever.

    LOZOYA MIDDLE VALLEY – PEAK THREE PROVINCES

    Proposal only for great brave adventurers!

    Travel this route of approximately 1.30h with just over 500m of positive slope. Upon reaching the top, you will find a monument to the Forest Agents.

    As a reward for the route you can enjoy a sunset in which you will see the Rope of the Sierra de Guadarrama. In addition, recodad that you will find yourself on the border of three provinces: Madrid, Segovia and Guadalajara.

    Remember that, if you want to enjoy this sunset, you must wear at least adequate footwear, flashlight and some coat in case it cools down when the sun goes down.

    LOWER LOZOYA VALLEYNETWORK OF VIEWPOINTS ATAZAR RESERVOIR

    Along the Lower Lozoya Valley, you can enjoy incomparable views of the entire Sierra Norte of Madrid.

    This territory, bathed by the Atazar Reservoir, it's definitely, a privileged place to enjoy great sunsets.

    From them and depending on their location you can see the Sierra de La Cabrera, the Upper Lozoya Valley and the Sierra de Ayllón.

    Sit on these balconies and enjoy an unparalleled sunset in the Sierra Norte of Madrid.

    Photo by: @paloma.cgk

    Photo by: @libervan

    SIERRA DEL RINCÓN – PORT OF PUEBLA DE LA SIERRA

    In the Mountain Pass of Puebla de la Sierra, you will be surprised by its spectacular views, making your sunset something very special that you will always remember.

    With its 1,636m of altitude this mountain pass offers a great panoramic view of the Sierra del Rincón.

    See for yourself and let yourself be surprised in this wonderful location of beautiful sunsets.

    SIERRA DE LA CABRERA – WATCHTOWER OF VENTURADA

    Visit the Watchtower of Venturada, and from it you will observe a beautiful panorama in which you will see from El Pico de la Miel to La Pedriza, and also the Pedrezuela reservoir.

    A great option to enjoy the sunsets of the Sierra Norte of Madrid. Sin duda, A sunset to remember!

    JARAMA VALLEY – REDUEÑA

    Delve into the road that connects Redueña and Cabanillas de la Sierra.

    From Redueña, at the highest point of the short journey there is a panorama in which you can see,

    clear days, from The Peak of Honey to the Pedriza.

    In summer the sun sets for the Pedriza so we will have a beautiful photo from this location.

    This succession of day and night wonders that happen every sunset of the Sierra Norte de Madrid await you! Do not forget to tell us the beautiful sunsets you have lived in our territory!

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