Saturday, 8 April 2017
The View from the Penas Del Cache, the Highest Public Viewing Point on Lanzarote.
The Penas del Cache is the highest publicly accessible point on the island of Lanzarote. It rises 670 metres above sea level and gives outstanding views of the Atlantic Ocean and the north of the island. The viewing point is not quite at the top of the mountain but a military facility higher up prevents public access. The Penas del Cache is popular with night time photographers as there is no light pollution and it's height offers unrestricted views both upwards and outwards. Sadly when I visited I had not really become interested in photography so did not take the opportunity to try this.
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Here is a short film set to music from my YouTube channel taken form the view point.
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