Sleep under the stars in our Native-American teepees and experience the most amazing starlit nights. Low light pollution means we are a hotspot for star gazers and astronomers from the whole of Europe who wish to see so much more in the darkest of nights. Being Spain’s southernmost region, Andalucia features a desert like arid climate with summer months experiencing high temperatures and cool evenings, making Andalucia one of the best Starlight regions in the world.
Clearly visible is the breathtaking sight of the magnificent Milky Way. A wonderful luminescent band of light spreading its way across the sky, passing through the constellation Cygnus (The Swan). The Milky Way consists of millions and millions of single stars too far away to be identified individually.
Stargazing Events Not to Miss for 2023 will appear here soon.... watch this space :-)
For now.... here's the New Moon dates - The darkest skies for the best stargazing opportunities are around the new noon; 19 May, 18 June, 17 July, 16 August & 15 September. The Moon will be located on the same side of the Earth as the Sun and will not be visible in the night sky. These are the best time of our summer months to observe faint objects such as galaxies and star clusters because there is no moonlight to interfere.