Top 5 Stargazing Spots

We’ve discovered the best places to get starry eyed. Be sure to take of a bottle of yours purely with you on your adventures.

  1. Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park, Scotland Home to some of the darkest skies in Europe, this is the UK’s first Dark Sky Park. From here over 7000 stars and planets are visible with the naked eye. What better accompaniment for a pure sky than Aqua Pura?
  2. Lundy Island, off North Devon. With just 4 street lights this island is enveloped in darkness and its airstrip is a ‘Dark Sky Discovery Site’ presenting spectacular views of the Milky Way.
  3. Brecon Beacons Dark Sky Reserve. According to the Ordnance Survey 2015 ‘on a clear night you can see just about everything from anywhere.’ The only Dark Sky reserve in Wales you might even be lucky enough to see a meteor shower.
  4. Grove Park, Lewisham, London Perfect for city dwellers who’ve been deprived of stargazing through light pollution. From this nature reserve the night sky will open up to you .Celebrate the celestial views in the city with Aqua Pura.
  5. Northumberland Dark Sky Park. This is Europe’s largest area of protected night sky. Serious star gazing is right here for everyone to enjoy. With the naked eye you can see as far as the Andromeda Galaxy…and it is the best place in England to see the Aurora.