TAMBOR DEL LLANO IN THE STARLIGHT INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMY TOURISM NETWORK
An extraordinary opportunity to contemplate the sky in the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park
Reduced prices for hosted clients
The Starfall of the Draconids is one of the most outstanding rains, it occurs in the month of October although its peak of intensity will be between Thursday 8 and Friday 9 October,
On these dates there will also be the passage of comet 21 / P Giacobini-Zinner, from which the Draconids are derived. "Shooting stars" are, in fact, generated by debris and dust that burn when they come into contact with the Earth's atmosphere.
Before dinner there will be a presentation of the activity and we will observe the planet Venus.
The celestial sphere moves in our eyes but what really moves is the Earth that rotates from west to east. That is why we see the stars or planets appear in the East and hide in the West.
A sea of stars and the Milky Way above our heads
Recognize the four planetary cardinal points.
By day, the sun gives us the key.
The brightest stars
Constellations of Spring, summer, autumn and constellations of the northern hemisphere.
Figures and stars of the constellations
The planisphere to locate the stars with the naked eye
The sky and the constellations of the month
The stars mark the weather conditions for us
Andromeda, Auriga, Bootes, Canes Venatici, Coma Berenices, Corona Borealis, Cygnus, Hercules, Leo Minor, Lyra, Pegasus, Perseus, Sagitta, Triangulum and Vulpecula.
The selected dates are based on the best conditions for observing the night sky
50% is paid when making the reservation and the rest at the hotel in cash or by card.
Free cancellation up to 7 days before the reserved date.
If you cancel less than 7 days before the reservation, you must pay 50% of the amount.
Astronomy nights pack rates. Session + accommodation for two people and half board
From 251 €
From 259 €
From 286 €
Rate for people NOT staying
Alto de Los Alamillos. Cañada Grande 11610, Grazalema (Cádiz)
Andalusia Tourism Registry RTA : H/CA/01403