The time comes to enjoy the best autumn landscapes in Spain. We leave the heat and the beaches behind to discover landscapes where yellow merges with the ocher. Prepare your camera for the time has come to enjoy nature and 10 places that we recommend to live closely in the fall.
10 getaways to discover autumn landscapes
1 Las Médulas in León
Between fall and the spring The best time passes to visit the Roman mines of Las Médulas, a place created by man in his eagerness to extract minerals and gold. In addition to the sharp cut mountains inside it houses a forest with oaks, holm oaks and several Centennial chestnuts, Colossi that have lived much of the transformation of this strange landscape.
If you want to know, we recommend you read our article on Routes in Las Médulas.
Las Medulas - Sunset from the Mirador de Las Pedrices
2 The Ordesa National Park
It is possibly one of the most beautiful National Parks in Spain. Inside it is the fabulous Ordesa Valley, which between waterfalls and torrents houses a beech which in autumn stands out for its coppery and yellow colors.
If you want to know, we recommend you read our article on the classic route through Ordesa to the Horsetail.
Route through Ordesa
3 The black architecture route
In the province of Guadalajara we have the so-called black architecture route, a route where it is possible to see beech and the most striking hues of an autumnal landscape.
If you want to know, we recommend that you read our article on the black architecture path.
Autumn on the Black Architecture route
4 La Alberca and the Sierra de Francia
The Sierra de Francia next to the Sierra de Bejar hides some fairytale forests next to several of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Walking the roads that go to towns like Mogarraz or La Alberca is like traveling to the past among fairy forests. A trip that we recommend if you are looking for the beauty of the autumn landscapes and the tranquility of a region like this.
If you want to know we recommend that you read our articles about the Pool and Earth of France.
El Portillo viewpoint
5 The Trembling Chestnut
Although we recommend avoiding weekends, as it becomes massive and loses all its charm, Castañar del Tiemblo is one of the most beautiful autumn landscapes and close to the capital, a landscape that rivals the Montejo Beech. In this case they are chestnut trees, a tree that can live hundreds of years and that as in the case of Tiemblo, you can see it even with the most capricious forms.
If you want to know we recommend that you read our article on the Castaño del Tiemblo.
Castañar del Tiemblo in autumn
6 The jump of the Nervión in Burgos
Depending on the time of the year the spectacular waterfall or jump of the Nervión can be found practically without water, even in autumn, but beware, that can not be an impediment to know the forests that surround the waterfall and the beautiful hiking trails What is there for its forests. From a Tolkien novel :)
7 The Stone Monastery
In the province of Zaragoza it houses one of the most visited parks in Spain, the so-called Stone Monastery. This space is ideal to go in family or between friends, since the trails are perfectly signposted. In the park you can find centuries-old trees and species such as yews, poplars, ash trees, elms, maples or walnuts among others.
If you want to know, we recommend you read our article on the Stone Ministry.
Waterfall the whimsical
8 The Throat of Hell
The Jerte Valley is home to one of the most beautiful gorges in Extremadura, the Garganta de los infiernos, but to access it there is a circular route between holm oaks, oaks and chestnut trees with the always wonderful view towards the Sierra de Gredos.
If you want to know we recommend that you read our article on the Gorge of Hell.
Jerte Valley - Hells Gorge
9 The Somiedo Valley in Asturias
Famous for housing a population of bears, the Somiedo Valley is one of the most “hidden” corners of Asturias in the region. Away from places as touristy as Covadonga or Cares laruta, Somiedo houses landscapes and forests ideal for hiking trails.
If you want to know, we recommend you read our article on the Lakes of Somiedo.
10 The Aran Valley in Lleida
Next to the Aran Valley we have one of the most beautiful routes in the Pyrenees, the Pass'Aran. In both the Spanish and French slopes, the low-lying forests seem to be taken from any English novel, due to the greenery and the color of its forests. In addition, in autumn, the beech trees and trees that "decorate" these forests are dyed ocher and yellow to give a different touch to this beautiful corner of the Pyrenees.
If you want to know we recommend you read our article about the Aran Valley.
Stage 2 Pass'Aran