July 13, 2015

Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña

Como os prometía en mi post sobre el paseo marítimo de A Coruña, hoy publico fotos del impresionante mirador Monte de San Pedro. Antiguo puesto defensivo, en la actualidad es un verdadero museo militar al aire libre con unas vistas increíbles. Su superficie de más de 78.000 m2 acoge jardines, islotes, un parque infantil, un laberinto inglés, un merendero, un ascensor panorámico, un observatorio (el único mirador cubierto de España), antiguos polvorines... Por todo esto es un entorno único, lugar de esparcimiento para familias y visita obligada para los turistas. 

Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña. Visit www.forarealwoman.com #travel #viajes
Batería de costa Vickers 381/45-Old coastal batteries
Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña. Visit www.forarealwoman.com #travel #viajes
Proyectiles de gran calibre-Large-caliber projectiles

Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña. Visit www.forarealwoman.com #travel #viajes
La "Cúpula Atlántica"-The covered viewpoint

Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña. Visit www.forarealwoman.com #travel #viajes
Laberinto inglés-The English labyrinth

Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña. Visit www.forarealwoman.com #travel #viajes
Vista del mar desde lo alto-Amazing view from above

Podría pasarme horas haciendo fotos en el Monte de San Pedro. En este post no publico más imágenes para no sobrecargarlo. En mis redes sociales encontraréis más. Por supuesto, si venís a la ciudad, dedicad unas horas a este lugar. Es una verdadera maravilla. Aquí tenéis más información sobre sus instalaciones.

Gracias por leer este artículo, espero que os haya gustado. ¡Feliz semana!

Jasmine

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Monte de San Pedro in A Coruña, Spain


As I promised in my post on A Coruña promenade, I'm publishing photos of the amazing Monte de San Pedro viewpoint. Years ago, it was a defensive outpost. Now it has become an open-air military museum. In an area of more than 78,000 square meters you will find gardens, small islands, a playground, an English labyrinth, a panoramic elevator, a picnic spot, an observatory (the only covered viewpoint in Spain), old powder magazines... For all this, it is a wonderful recreational area for families and a must for tourists.

Monte de San Pedro en A Coruña. Visit www.forarealwoman.com #travel #viajes
Palm trees and the city in the background

Find please more photos on my social networks. I hope you liked this article. Thanks for visiting my blog. Have a great week!

Jasmine

 

49 comments:

  1. Beautiful post dear! Hope you have a lovely day.

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  2. Wonderful pictures!
    Have a great evening!
    Angela Donava
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  3. Awesome post!
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  4. These photos are amazing. Seems like a wonderful place.

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    1. I love, love Spain! Hubby and me love it so much that we're searching for an holiday apartment to buy on the Canary Islands! Can't wait! ;-) Such a beautiful place in A Coruña, Jasmine!

      xoxo Ira
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    2. Thanks, Ira. The Canary Islands are a great choice. Spain will always surprise you :))

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  5. Jasmine the views are wonderful... the pictures captured so much of the beauty... I like the labrynth... but I'd want to wonder through it with someone ♡

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    1. Thanks, Launna. If you ever my city, call me ♥ ♥ ♥

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  6. wow...that place looks fab!
    kisses from dubai ♥
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  7. What an incredible place! Very interesting and very beautiful!

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  8. It is really interesting to read some history, thanks for sharing Jasmine! You've taken some lovely photos as well :) x
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  9. Dear Jasmine, I'm very impressed by the blue blue sky! The pictures turned out fantastic and I thank you for sharing them including the history. Thank you also for your lovely last comment!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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    1. Thanks to you, Rena. I'm so in love with this city and wonderful places like this xx

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  10. Estamos planeando un viaje a Galicia, así que lo incluyo, ya te enseñaré las fotos :)

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  11. nice views!! thanks for sharing!! :D

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  12. fantastic places
    I posted a new OUTFIT, I'd love to know your opinion
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    I wish you an happy day
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  13. I love these photos so much. Wonderful!

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  14. Beautiful landscape, Jasmine! xoxo

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  15. beautiful photographs...amazing places! I love hiking!

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