In your search for the most beautiful natural spaces in Spain, today you can discover some of the country’s most spectacular waterfalls. A trip to both refresh and relax the mind. Pick the ones you like best.
Los Colores Waterfall (La Palma, Canary Islands)
This interesting waterfall lies within the Caldera de Taburiente National Park on the island of La Palma. Iron is the main contributor to its multitude of colours. It’s in a wonderful setting and is a perfect place for hikers. To reach the waterfall you must first walk down a steep path requiring a certain level of fitness. It’s so magical that when you see it you’ll think you’re dreaming.
Sorrosal Waterfall (Huesca, Aragon)
If your trip includes a visit to the Aragonese Pyrenees, check out Broto, right by Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. A path leading out of this village takes you to the Sorrosal waterfall, and it won’t take you long to get there and enjoy the views. To see the waterfall up close and personal, take the via ferratas - here you can almost touch the water with your fingertips.
Pozo de los Humos (Salamanca, Castile and Leon)
Following the course of the river Uces in the heart of Arribes del Duero National Park, you’ll come to this waterfall with a 50-metre drop. It’s a perfect place to spend a day at the heart of nature, especially if you’re together with the family. The canyon stretches for some 100 kilometres, and there are different ways to explore it: by bike or on foot.
Nervión waterfall (Araba-Álava, Basque Country)
This is the highest waterfall in Spain, with a drop of more than 200 metres. Step up to the impressive viewpoint, that sits almost on the edge of the precipice. The sight and sound of the water as it crashes down is spectacular.
So, when are you planning your trip?