By Joe OnTour|2019-02-22T12:17:47+01:00Updated on 22.02.2019|Categories: Spain|
Polarlicht in Spain
At the beginning of March, we encounter a rare phenomenon on our journey through Spain, and this in broad daylight.
We are located in Spain in the region of Tarragona in the area of Deltebre. At 5.30pm we see a strange phenomenon in the sky that looks like the part of a rainbow from a distance. However, it is constantly changing its shape and sometimes presents itself as a strip and then again as a huge square. As we get closer, we are sure that it is obviously aurora (Aurora borealis).
Later, we read on the Internet that polar lights were also spotted in England in March.
So far in the south of Spain, polar lights are probably even rarer.