One of Spain’s biggest tourist locations, Barcelona, was graced with magnificent views on Monday morning. The ‘back bone of Mallorca’ the UNESCO World Heritage sight Serra Tramuntana. This image was taken by the Observatory Fabra Alfons Puertas and such a view can only be seen in certain weather conditions. With good visibility, no clouds and low light in Barcelona were exactly what made this view possible. The stretch of Mediterranean sea that separates Barcelona and Mallorca is 206 kilometres.
Over the past week Mallorca has been suffering a particularly cold snap with snow even reaching some of the lower mountains and completely covering the highest. Check out some of the winter wonderland we’ve been experiencing.
Photo credits: 1. @mas_alexandre (twitter), 2. Esports Kenia, 1. repeated, 3. Jose Luis Forteza, 4. Carlos Solano, 5. Guillem, 6. Jane Leitch, 7. Albert Amb Oli, 8. Miquel Salamanca