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Playa de Cuevas del Mar. The “Beach of Sea Caves” has everything it takes to be considered one of the most spectacular beaches in all of. Gulpiyuri natural. Playa de Rodiles. Coordinates: 43°31'"N 5°22'"W.

It is a small but beautiful beach. More of the locals frequently visit Buelna Beach than foreigners. There are no restaurants or shops around the beach so taking a picnic along is necessary. Buelna beach can easily be accessed by a vehicle car or bike , or you can alternatively visit the beach on foot. La Playa de Poo is a private and quiet place that provides a beautiful view from above. It is endowed with soft white sand, and crystal blue waters surrounded by green covered hilled.

The poo beach is 3 kilometers away from Llanes, Asturias. It is a great place for swimming and also sheltered which makes the beautiful beach a nice spot for families.

You will also find two restaurants close to the beach where you can have lunch and relax all day. This beach stands out as one of the most spectacular beaches in Asturias and could probably be the best. The Idyllic beach is blessed with natural surroundings. Nudists mostly visit the Beach of Torimbia, but other people also go there to relax, explore and enjoy the natural gifts of the region. Sign in. Forgot your password? Visiting the ancient tracks is highly recommended for those seeking a unique and memorable holiday experience.

The town of Ribadesella is a place of astounding beauty, and the beaches which surround it do well to accentuate it. The stunning scenery resides within an estuary formed by two converging streams, the Arroyo de San Pedro and Sella River, which flow into the Cantabrian Sea. The entire area is a mosaic of breathtaking allure, of which the nearby beaches are just a part.

Playa de Santa Marina is in reality a large sandbar brought about by the unique local geography. Fresh water flowing past this sandy shore adds an ample amount of clarity to the depths, resulting in mass appeal for those who enjoy intermittent dips between periods of sunbathing.

This area is also popular among water sports enthusiasts and offers many opportunities to join in on the fun. The village of Ribadesella shines beautifully in the background, crowned by beautiful Indian palaces, it's also a great place to locate nearby accommodations of your own. Not far west of Ribadesella, the coastline takes on a completely different form from the one found in town.

Flanked by massive bluffs, Playa de La Atalaya has a rocky composition rather than the copious amounts of sand found elsewhere. This beach's relative seclusion tends to result in a tranquil atmosphere and is likely the perfect remedy for those wanting an escape from the hustle and bustle.

The shoreline here is especially beautiful at low tide, as all manner of interesting rock formations are exposed. The sand's protruding stones create a bewitching moonscape well-worth visiting. With nothing to hear but the sound of crashing waves, this beach is sure to transport you into a dimension of ultimate relaxation. Beach-goers preferring a high level of convenience will also find everything they need here.

All the proper facilities have been installed here, including a car park for those choosing to drive. Also of interest here will surely be the vantage point from the nearby lookout where visitors can savour stunning views of the Llanes coastline.

Ready to discover the incredible world of Asturias for yourself? Let us help plan your next holiday trip with this excellent selection of accommodations near Spain's Costa Verde. For some added perspective on the stunning Asturian coast, have a look at this map showing the locations of the eight beaches discussed on our list.

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Gulpiyuri natural. Top Asturias Beaches: See reviews and photos of beaches in Asturias, Spain on Tripadvisor. I have been known to get very boring about its dramatic landscapes, its superb beaches, its excellent food, its unique pre-Romanesque.

Barayo Beach reviews. Beach of La Franca reviews. Playa de Torimbia reviews. Playa de Barro reviews. Beach of Rodiles reviews. Playa del Silencio reviews. See 1 Experience. Bufones de Pria 1, reviews. Playa de Frexulfe reviews. Playa de Cuevas del Mar reviews. Playa de Poo reviews. Playa de San Lorenzo 2, reviews. Playa de Toro reviews. Playa de Cubijeru reviews. Aguilar Beach reviews. Playa de Andrin reviews. Playa Penarronda 77 reviews. Playa de Otur 69 reviews.

Playa de la Ballota 96 reviews. Cabo Busto 60 reviews. Playa de Gulpiyuri 1, reviews. Playa de Salinas reviews. Playa de la Griega 90 reviews. Senda Poniente-El Rinconin 69 reviews. Playa de Santa Marina 70 reviews. Playa De Cue - Antilles 32 reviews.

Playon de Bayas 70 reviews. Playa de San Antolin 75 reviews. Santa Marina Beach 73 reviews. Playa de la Nora 40 reviews. Asturias is very Spanish in some ways, and surprisingly unlike the rest of the country in many others. Its Celtic, Atlantic culture is the polar opposite of the indolent, sherry-sipping, sun-lounging outdoor life of the Mediterranean. The greenness of Asturias is astounding, especially if you're coming from the parched plains of the Spanish south.

You might also argue that the region is a microcosm of Spain as a whole, cramming into its borders everything from snowy mountains to sandy beaches, humble tapas bars to avant-garde restaurants, and from raucous local fiestas to silent valleys where bears and wolves still roam. The community has no fewer than 24 nature reserves, including one parque nacional and three of Spain's largest parques naturales.

Where I live, in the Spanish south, three months of spring had gone by without a drop of rain, and the countryside bore a withered, desperate look. Tired of dust and unseasonal heats, I wanted greenness and pleasantness, mountain streams and ocean views. So I worked up a trip, my fourth or fifth to the region, that would take in a little of each of the things I love about Asturias: the rural essences, the modest urban pleasures, the beaches and the wild interior, the simple traditional food and the fab contemporary cuisine.

I'd then devote a day to cider, another to cheese - because Asturias is the uncontested cheese HQ of Spain - a day to the Alpine landscapes of the Picos de Europa, and another to the coast. I drove north through Castile, taking the motorway that powers through high mountain passes, past lakes and staggering peaks, before turning downhill into a suddenly green world of chestnut woods and rich pastures, and depositing you eventually in Oviedo. History and geography dictate the way a place looks, feels and tastes.

Asturias was a nation and kingdom seven centuries before Fernando and Isabella invented Spain, and it formed the cradle of the reconquista, by which the rest of the peninsula was eventually won back from the Moors. Indeed, a popular saying has it that "Asturias is Spain - the rest is conquered territory".

The geographical barrier of the Picos de Europa, cutting off access from the south, made Asturias the most isolated part of the country. Hence, perhaps, the idiosyncrasy. And the omnipresent reek of history. If Asturias is a series of pleasant surprises, Oviedo often comes as the first of them. It's a compact, handsome little city, charmingly buttoned-up, with a provincial and bourgeois air, where people stop on street corners and the women wear their hair in perms.

It says something about the fastidious character of Oviedo that here, uniquely for Spain, rubbish collection happens on a daily basis. It routinely wins awards for Europe's cleanest city. Woody is a huge fan of the city, which has responded by putting up a bronze statue of him in the street.

Asturias shares the Spanish passion for food. Traditional cocina asturiana is wonderful in its plainness, honesty, and heartiness. Uncontested monarch of local dishes is the fabada asturiana, a take-no-prisoners stew of fabas big white beans with a compendium of smoked meats and sausages. Cheese is a very big deal. Asturian cheeses are many and various, the best of them like Cabrales, Gamoneu, Afuega'l Pitu, Los Beyos reflecting in their intense flavours all the verdant richness of the countryside.

There is very little wine made in these northerly latitudes, so what tends to go with all this Asturian food is the Asturian drink by definition: cider. The cider was drawn in a powerful jet from a giant chestnut barrel in a gloomy cellar; it was woody and spicy and palate-scouringly dry. The cider-house rules can be a puzzle at first, but they are easily understood with a little observation. Cider in Asturias is always served escanciada, which means the cider is poured into the glass from a great height, the oxygen it acquires on the way down giving the drink an essential kick of freshness.

The cider is downed in one, but a little is always left at the bottom of the glass, custom dictating that this must be chucked out onto the floor.

The reason for this practice is a mystery, though it seems likely to date back to a Celtic belief in returning to the earth a part of what it gave you. On a fresh May morning after a rainshower, the sun shone on fields of apple trees loaded with blossom. Above the villages were hillsides densely wooded with chestnut, pine, and eucalyptus.

And in the distance stood a line of mountains sugar-iced with snow: the famous Picos de Europa, so-called because these peaks were the first things mariners saw of the continent when returning from their long expeditions to distant seas. In the fields round about, brown cows grazed indolently on an ensalada verde of the lushest pasture I had ever seen. Asturias is dairy central.

In a country not traditionally fond of dairy products, this is one region that loves them unashamedly. Few places in the world - even in France - can boast such cheesy variety over such a modest surface area. The Cotera Diaz family have their home and dairy in the village of Arenas de Cabrales, but keep their 28 cows in a stable beside the Cares river. When I visited, the husband and wife were busy milking, the rattle of a generator mingling with the roar of a mountain river swollen with ice-melt from the high sierra.

Its waters were blue-grey, and crystal clear. The family specialise in Cabrales, a blue cheese which is one of Spain's finest and a worthy rival to both Stilton and Roquefort.

It packs a powerful punch, and often benefits from a good draught of cider to soften its piquant aftertaste. While the parents worked, their son explained to me the family's traditional routine, common among cheese-making families hereabouts.

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Top Ten Asturias Beaches (from west to east)
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An insider's travel guide to Asturias, with our top recommendations for the best beaches, natural parks, food, cider and hotels. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › Asturias-region › articles › 8-incredible-b. Top Asturias Beaches: See reviews and photos of beaches in Asturias, Spain on Tripadvisor.

Some are large, others small, of fine sand, of stone, others are hidden among the rocks Gulpiyuri is one of the best, most curious and incredible beaches in Asturias. What makes it special is that it is separated from the sea by a land cord of about meters, so at first glance it looks like a small lake or a natural pool.

However, it is linked to the Bay of Biscay by an underground conduit and has about 50 meters of sand In it was declared a Natural Monument.

Playa Penarronda 77 reviews. Playa de Otur 69 reviews. Playa de la Ballota 96 reviews. Cabo Busto 60 reviews. Playa de Gulpiyuri 1, reviews. Playa de Salinas reviews.

Playa de la Griega 90 reviews. Senda Poniente-El Rinconin 69 reviews. Playa de Santa Marina 70 reviews. Playa De Cue - Antilles 32 reviews. Playon de Bayas 70 reviews. Playa de San Antolin 75 reviews. Santa Marina Beach 73 reviews. Playa de la Nora 40 reviews. Previous Next 1 2 3. Outdoor Activities in Asturias Beaches. Frequently Asked Questions about Asturias. What are the best places for beaches in Asturias? Which places provide the best beaches in Asturias for kids and families?

Which places provide the best beaches in Asturias for couples? Access is from Llames village. A very cosy and intimate beach of fine sand in a natural spot with a backdrop of views of nothing less than the massive Picos de Europa mountains, topped with snow. We especially admired the view of the emblematic peak of Naranjo de Bulnes and loved the sunsets from this beach and cliff area.

From here, when the tide is low, you will see curious rock formations on the nearby beach of Cuevas del Mar; when the tide is high, you can walk along the cliffs by San Antonio to come upon more sonic sea booms.

To get to Cuevas del Mar, drive north from Nueva village towards Villanueva, and follow signs for Cuevas del Mar beach.

A real gift from nature and a quite unique place. More or less undiscovered until recently, this little village has become more popular in the last few years and can get quite busy at the height of the season; still, it remains an exciting spot and well worth the visit.

The action of the sea digging into the limestone cliffs over hundreds of years has created natural tunnels that emerge to the back of the cliffs in the fields beyond. The depression left behind fills with water when tide rises to create a natural pool with its own beach, quite special and very attractive.

Walking around the picturesque cliffs is also recommended. It is accessed from Naves village and although is not signposted, is not too difficult to find. A classic and great favourite. This large, open sandy beach has a tradition of optional nudism, making it a mix of both. Playa de Torimbia tends to win people over and many come back every year. You park at a viewpoint above and to one side of the beach, making the beach area itself a car-free zone.

Walks from here along the ridge of the hill will give you wonderful views of the coast. A wonderful, top quality beach with easy access. Very well balanced, in a natural setting with little villages close by and the mountains as a backdrop, it has a small summer bar with charcoal grill, which smelled delicious when we passed by in July … For the best local places to eat, Rustical Travel will send you further details relevant to the villa or cottage you have booked.

Playa del Borizo is located on the little searoad between Barro and Celorio illages. A small urban beach just 50 meters from medieval quarter of Llanes town. Good for families with children, it is relatively safe for swimming and close to all the facilities and services you could want.

It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town. We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here. This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers. Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument. By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring. It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting.

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Playa de Gulpiyuri
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Playa de Guadamía. Coordinates: 43°27'"N 4°58'"W. Playa de Cuevas del Mar. The “Beach of Sea Caves” has everything it takes to be considered one of the most spectacular beaches in all of. Asturias in Spain is known as a natural paradise and is popular for many things among which are the amazing beaches which attract visitors.

When the tide is particularly high and if the sea is fierce, you can witness spectacular bufones, or sonic booms, as the sea collides with the rocks and caves below the cliffs, to the left of the beach see photo below.

The mountainous landscape creates a remarkable backdrop for this natural theatre. Access is from Llames village. A very cosy and intimate beach of fine sand in a natural spot with a backdrop of views of nothing less than the massive Picos de Europa mountains, topped with snow. We especially admired the view of the emblematic peak of Naranjo de Bulnes and loved the sunsets from this beach and cliff area.

From here, when the tide is low, you will see curious rock formations on the nearby beach of Cuevas del Mar; when the tide is high, you can walk along the cliffs by San Antonio to come upon more sonic sea booms. To get to Cuevas del Mar, drive north from Nueva village towards Villanueva, and follow signs for Cuevas del Mar beach.

A real gift from nature and a quite unique place. More or less undiscovered until recently, this little village has become more popular in the last few years and can get quite busy at the height of the season; still, it remains an exciting spot and well worth the visit. The action of the sea digging into the limestone cliffs over hundreds of years has created natural tunnels that emerge to the back of the cliffs in the fields beyond.

The depression left behind fills with water when tide rises to create a natural pool with its own beach, quite special and very attractive. Walking around the picturesque cliffs is also recommended. It is accessed from Naves village and although is not signposted, is not too difficult to find. A classic and great favourite. This large, open sandy beach has a tradition of optional nudism, making it a mix of both.

Playa de Torimbia tends to win people over and many come back every year. You park at a viewpoint above and to one side of the beach, making the beach area itself a car-free zone. Walks from here along the ridge of the hill will give you wonderful views of the coast.

A wonderful, top quality beach with easy access. Very well balanced, in a natural setting with little villages close by and the mountains as a backdrop, it has a small summer bar with charcoal grill, which smelled delicious when we passed by in July … For the best local places to eat, Rustical Travel will send you further details relevant to the villa or cottage you have booked.

Playa del Borizo is located on the little searoad between Barro and Celorio illages. A small urban beach just 50 meters from medieval quarter of Llanes town. Good for families with children, it is relatively safe for swimming and close to all the facilities and services you could want. It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town. We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here. This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers.

Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument. By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring. It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting. Wear non-slip shoes and take a torch! Cobijeru is formed by a depression behind the cliffs, where it is surrounded by fields. Note that to enjoy it properly, you need to go midway between low and high tides.

At low tide, the sea recedes too far, while at high tide the depression floods leaving no sand to enjoy. Access is signposted from the village of Buelna and you need to walk the last 5 or 10 minutes. A large, attractive sandy beach for families, with good facilities and easy access. Very popular, pretty and relaxing, which means it can attract quite a lot of people in peak season. Low tide permits access to Regolgueru beach see below to the east and Playa del Oso to the west.

When the tide comes in, La Franca beach becomes a large, shallow pool, making it particularly suitable for family with small children. It is close to the Asturias border with Cantabria, past the village of Buelna and just before La Franca village.

This one really is off the beaten track: a small cove accessed down a steep cliff path, which some will find challenging and others simply exciting. Access to the cliff path is from the village of Pimiango from Mirador del Picu viewpoint, an excellent spot for a picnic. The beautiful beach of Pechon has small rock pools where you and your children can explore. Even though strong currents are sometimes experienced there, it is still good for swimming.

Pechon village is accommodating, and it houses some good restaurant where you can eat delicious traditional cuisines. This beach is located in Niembro village, and you can access the village by foot or any vehicle. The beach is only a short distance from the car park. It is also perfect for swimming.

To get an amazing view of the beach and its surroundings, you can move up to the hills around the beach. La Playa de Buelna is the ideal beach to visit when you want to get away from the crowd. It is a small but beautiful beach. More of the locals frequently visit Buelna Beach than foreigners.

There are no restaurants or shops around the beach so taking a picnic along is necessary. Buelna beach can easily be accessed by a vehicle car or bike , or you can alternatively visit the beach on foot.

La Playa de Poo is a private and quiet place that provides a beautiful view from above. It is endowed with soft white sand, and crystal blue waters surrounded by green covered hilled. The poo beach is 3 kilometers away from Llanes, Asturias. It is a great place for swimming and also sheltered which makes the beautiful beach a nice spot for families.

You will also find two restaurants close to the beach where you can have lunch and relax all day. This beach stands out as one of the most spectacular beaches in Asturias and could probably be the best. The Idyllic beach is blessed with natural surroundings. Nudists mostly visit the Beach of Torimbia, but other people also go there to relax, explore and enjoy the natural gifts of the region. Sign in.

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Gulpiyuri natural. Playa de Rodiles. Coordinates: 43°31'"N 5°22'"W. Top Asturias Beaches: See reviews and photos of beaches in Asturias, Spain on Tripadvisor.

Asturias in Spain is known as a natural paradise and is popular for many things among which are the amazing beaches which attract visitors from all over the world. The region boasts for its rocky coastlines, lovely sandy beaches, and picturesque scenery. La Franca beach is highly suitable for family vacation or holiday. It is a wide beach having white sands and surrounded by hills covered in green vegetation. Children can easily have fun at the beach because of its shelter.

It is very easy to swim in La Franca Beach. There are several rock pools and caves that you and the family can explore. Looking for where to have lunch at the beach? The beach is a nice spot for a picnic, or you can visit Arcea Hotel Mirador de la Franca- the hotel nearby for lunch.

Source: Link. The beautiful beach of Pechon has small rock pools where you and your children can explore. Even though strong currents are sometimes experienced there, it is still good for swimming. Pechon village is accommodating, and it houses some good restaurant where you can eat delicious traditional cuisines. This beach is located in Niembro village, and you can access the village by foot or any vehicle.

Playa de Andrin reviews. Playa Penarronda 77 reviews. Playa de Otur 69 reviews. Playa de la Ballota 96 reviews. Cabo Busto 60 reviews. Playa de Gulpiyuri 1, reviews. Playa de Salinas reviews.

Playa de la Griega 90 reviews. Senda Poniente-El Rinconin 69 reviews. Playa de Santa Marina 70 reviews. Playa De Cue - Antilles 32 reviews. Playon de Bayas 70 reviews. Playa de San Antolin 75 reviews. Santa Marina Beach 73 reviews. Playa de la Nora 40 reviews. Previous Next 1 2 3. Outdoor Activities in Asturias Beaches. Frequently Asked Questions about Asturias. What are the best places for beaches in Asturias? Which places provide the best beaches in Asturias for kids and families?

History and geography dictate the way a place looks, feels and tastes. Asturias was a nation and kingdom seven centuries before Fernando and Isabella invented Spain, and it formed the cradle of the reconquista, by which the rest of the peninsula was eventually won back from the Moors. Indeed, a popular saying has it that "Asturias is Spain - the rest is conquered territory".

The geographical barrier of the Picos de Europa, cutting off access from the south, made Asturias the most isolated part of the country. Hence, perhaps, the idiosyncrasy. And the omnipresent reek of history. If Asturias is a series of pleasant surprises, Oviedo often comes as the first of them.

It's a compact, handsome little city, charmingly buttoned-up, with a provincial and bourgeois air, where people stop on street corners and the women wear their hair in perms. It says something about the fastidious character of Oviedo that here, uniquely for Spain, rubbish collection happens on a daily basis.

It routinely wins awards for Europe's cleanest city. Woody is a huge fan of the city, which has responded by putting up a bronze statue of him in the street. Asturias shares the Spanish passion for food.

Traditional cocina asturiana is wonderful in its plainness, honesty, and heartiness. Uncontested monarch of local dishes is the fabada asturiana, a take-no-prisoners stew of fabas big white beans with a compendium of smoked meats and sausages.

Cheese is a very big deal. Asturian cheeses are many and various, the best of them like Cabrales, Gamoneu, Afuega'l Pitu, Los Beyos reflecting in their intense flavours all the verdant richness of the countryside. There is very little wine made in these northerly latitudes, so what tends to go with all this Asturian food is the Asturian drink by definition: cider. The cider was drawn in a powerful jet from a giant chestnut barrel in a gloomy cellar; it was woody and spicy and palate-scouringly dry.

The cider-house rules can be a puzzle at first, but they are easily understood with a little observation. Cider in Asturias is always served escanciada, which means the cider is poured into the glass from a great height, the oxygen it acquires on the way down giving the drink an essential kick of freshness. The cider is downed in one, but a little is always left at the bottom of the glass, custom dictating that this must be chucked out onto the floor.

The reason for this practice is a mystery, though it seems likely to date back to a Celtic belief in returning to the earth a part of what it gave you. On a fresh May morning after a rainshower, the sun shone on fields of apple trees loaded with blossom. Above the villages were hillsides densely wooded with chestnut, pine, and eucalyptus.

And in the distance stood a line of mountains sugar-iced with snow: the famous Picos de Europa, so-called because these peaks were the first things mariners saw of the continent when returning from their long expeditions to distant seas.

In the fields round about, brown cows grazed indolently on an ensalada verde of the lushest pasture I had ever seen. Asturias is dairy central.

In a country not traditionally fond of dairy products, this is one region that loves them unashamedly. Few places in the world - even in France - can boast such cheesy variety over such a modest surface area. The Cotera Diaz family have their home and dairy in the village of Arenas de Cabrales, but keep their 28 cows in a stable beside the Cares river.

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Tayada beach in Asturias. There are no exclusively, % nudist beaches in Llanes or, as a matter of fact, in Asturias. All of them are mixed, some small, some​. albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › Asturias-region › articles › 8-incredible-b. The sea and the mountain come together in the Asturian coast, creating film-like landscapes. We reveal the 5 most beautiful beaches of Asturias.

Walking around the picturesque cliffs is also recommended. It is accessed from Naves village and although is not signposted, is not too difficult to find. A classic and great favourite. This large, open sandy beach has a tradition of optional nudism, making it a mix of both.

Playa de Torimbia tends to win people over and many come back every year. You park at a viewpoint above and to one side of the beach, making the beach area itself a car-free zone. Walks from here along the ridge of the hill will give you wonderful views of the coast. A wonderful, top quality beach with easy access.

Very well balanced, in a natural setting with little villages close by and the mountains as a backdrop, it has a small summer bar with charcoal grill, which smelled delicious when we passed by in July … For the best local places to eat, Rustical Travel will send you further details relevant to the villa or cottage you have booked.

Playa del Borizo is located on the little searoad between Barro and Celorio illages. A small urban beach just 50 meters from medieval quarter of Llanes town. Good for families with children, it is relatively safe for swimming and close to all the facilities and services you could want. It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town. We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here.

This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers. Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument. By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring. It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting. Wear non-slip shoes and take a torch! Cobijeru is formed by a depression behind the cliffs, where it is surrounded by fields. Note that to enjoy it properly, you need to go midway between low and high tides. At low tide, the sea recedes too far, while at high tide the depression floods leaving no sand to enjoy.

Access is signposted from the village of Buelna and you need to walk the last 5 or 10 minutes. A large, attractive sandy beach for families, with good facilities and easy access. Very popular, pretty and relaxing, which means it can attract quite a lot of people in peak season. Low tide permits access to Regolgueru beach see below to the east and Playa del Oso to the west. When the tide comes in, La Franca beach becomes a large, shallow pool, making it particularly suitable for family with small children.

La Playa de Poo is a private and quiet place that provides a beautiful view from above. It is endowed with soft white sand, and crystal blue waters surrounded by green covered hilled. The poo beach is 3 kilometers away from Llanes, Asturias. It is a great place for swimming and also sheltered which makes the beautiful beach a nice spot for families.

You will also find two restaurants close to the beach where you can have lunch and relax all day. This beach stands out as one of the most spectacular beaches in Asturias and could probably be the best. The Idyllic beach is blessed with natural surroundings. Nudists mostly visit the Beach of Torimbia, but other people also go there to relax, explore and enjoy the natural gifts of the region. Sign in. Forgot your password? Get help. Create an account.

Password recovery. Trip and Travel Blog. The cider is downed in one, but a little is always left at the bottom of the glass, custom dictating that this must be chucked out onto the floor.

The reason for this practice is a mystery, though it seems likely to date back to a Celtic belief in returning to the earth a part of what it gave you. On a fresh May morning after a rainshower, the sun shone on fields of apple trees loaded with blossom. Above the villages were hillsides densely wooded with chestnut, pine, and eucalyptus.

And in the distance stood a line of mountains sugar-iced with snow: the famous Picos de Europa, so-called because these peaks were the first things mariners saw of the continent when returning from their long expeditions to distant seas.

In the fields round about, brown cows grazed indolently on an ensalada verde of the lushest pasture I had ever seen. Asturias is dairy central.

In a country not traditionally fond of dairy products, this is one region that loves them unashamedly. Few places in the world - even in France - can boast such cheesy variety over such a modest surface area. The Cotera Diaz family have their home and dairy in the village of Arenas de Cabrales, but keep their 28 cows in a stable beside the Cares river. When I visited, the husband and wife were busy milking, the rattle of a generator mingling with the roar of a mountain river swollen with ice-melt from the high sierra.

Its waters were blue-grey, and crystal clear. The family specialise in Cabrales, a blue cheese which is one of Spain's finest and a worthy rival to both Stilton and Roquefort. It packs a powerful punch, and often benefits from a good draught of cider to soften its piquant aftertaste.

While the parents worked, their son explained to me the family's traditional routine, common among cheese-making families hereabouts. As soon as school closes in June, the family goes up into the high pastures of the Picos, where they spend the whole summer with the herd, making cheeses which will be brought down in September to cure in special caves.

The custom of transhumance has declined, but the caves are still an irreplaceable element in the making of both Cabrales and the other great Asturian blue cheese, Gamonedo. Inside it was damp and dark and musty, with a powerful stink in the oxygen-deprived atmosphere that would send claustrophics and cheese-haters screaming into the fresh air. He proposed a simple half-day trek following the river Cares from its birthplace in the heights of the sierra down a narrow mountain gorge, the Desfiladero del Rio Cares.

From there we entered the gorge, a dark canyon of Tolkien-esque proportions, with a path carved out of the rock face skirting the cliffs. From far below us came the muffled thunder of the river. Far above, in the gap between the cliffs, if you strained your neck and watched your footsteps, you could just see the snow-capped peaks, sparkling in the sun.

Nacho Manzano, chef at Casa Marcial, cooks and lives in the village house where he was born and grew up, and where his parents had a small shop that sold everything from socks and shoes to tinned sardines. There was a dance hall on the first floor, a cider press in the basement. As night fell a cold dank mist rolled down from the mountains.

My luck had run out, I told myself: the rain, regular protagonist of the Asturian climate, was back. By the morning, however, it had cleared again and the atmosphere was uncannily bright, like when you turned up the contrast and colour on an old TV set. Perfect weather for beach-hunting. I turned back towards Oviedo on the E70 and drove from west to east along the Asturian coast - rebaptised for the incipient tourist market as the Costa Verde. For years I have been saying to anyone who'd listen that some of the best beaches in the country are to be found along this stretch of coast.

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Playa de San Antonio. Coordinates: 43°27'"N 4°55'"W. Tayada beach in Asturias. There are no exclusively, % nudist beaches in Llanes or, as a matter of fact, in Asturias. All of them are mixed, some small, some​. An insider's travel guide to Asturias, with our top recommendations for the best beaches, natural parks, food, cider and hotels.

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The sea of the Natural Paradise. The Cantabrian sea bathes the four hundred and one kilometres of the coast of Asturias, a land of families of fishermen and the passing of pilgrims for centuries that has now been turned into a tourist destination that you may fall in love with.

Eighteen fishing villages, over two hundred beaches, watchtowers, abrupt cliffs, lookouts and spaces for surfing, fishing, sailing, scuba diving and hillwalking pepper a coastline sculpted capriciously and grandiosely due to the force of the waves, which has inspired writers and painters, which has borne witness to historic events and movie scenes. Vidio cape Cudillero. Don't miss The 14, hectares of Asturian coastline between Castropol and Bustio can claim to be the best preserved in the country, according to a study by Greenpeace.

Thanks to the unique Asturian terrain, you will enjoy a trip of contrasts between the sea and the mountains. The best example will be found on the Eastern coast, where the Picos de Europa descend towards the Cantabrian in barely twenty kilometres. Bugre lobster. The seaside towns preserve an important fishing tradition.

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However, what is most striking is the landscape, as it is surrounded by 50 meters high cliffs. The beach of Cuevas del Mar Spanish for sea caves is, as its name suggests, carved in stone and dotted with hundreds of caves.

These are visible only when the tide is low, at which point numerous rocky formations appear, traversed by tunnels and caves. It is about meters long and has a curious row of islets in its shore that decorate the landscape.

Made more of pebbles than of sand, the beach of El Silencio preserves a virgin look and wild beauty. Your booking. While it is true that Asturias is famous for its mountains and green forests, its beaches, bathed by the Bay of Biscay, are also surprising. See 1 Experience. Bufones de Pria 1, reviews. Playa de Frexulfe reviews. Playa de Cuevas del Mar reviews. Playa de Poo reviews. Playa de San Lorenzo 2, reviews. Playa de Toro reviews. Playa de Cubijeru reviews. Aguilar Beach reviews. Playa de Andrin reviews.

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Playa de Sablón. Asturias in Spain is known as a natural paradise and is popular for many things among which are the amazing beaches which attract visitors. The sea and the mountain come together in the Asturian coast, creating film-like landscapes. We reveal the 5 most beautiful beaches of Asturias.

The action of the sea digging into the limestone cliffs over hundreds of years has created natural tunnels that emerge to the back of the cliffs in the fields beyond. The depression left behind fills with water when tide rises to create a natural pool with its own beach, quite special and very attractive. Walking around the picturesque cliffs is also recommended. It is accessed from Naves village and although is not signposted, is not too difficult to find.

A classic and great favourite. This large, open sandy beach has a tradition of optional nudism, making it a mix of both. Playa de Torimbia tends to win people over and many come back every year. You park at a viewpoint above and to one side of the beach, making the beach area itself a car-free zone. Walks from here along the ridge of the hill will give you wonderful views of the coast. A wonderful, top quality beach with easy access.

Very well balanced, in a natural setting with little villages close by and the mountains as a backdrop, it has a small summer bar with charcoal grill, which smelled delicious when we passed by in July … For the best local places to eat, Rustical Travel will send you further details relevant to the villa or cottage you have booked.

Playa del Borizo is located on the little searoad between Barro and Celorio illages. A small urban beach just 50 meters from medieval quarter of Llanes town.

Good for families with children, it is relatively safe for swimming and close to all the facilities and services you could want. It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town. We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here.

This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers. Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument.

By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring. It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting. Wear non-slip shoes and take a torch! Cobijeru is formed by a depression behind the cliffs, where it is surrounded by fields.

Note that to enjoy it properly, you need to go midway between low and high tides. At low tide, the sea recedes too far, while at high tide the depression floods leaving no sand to enjoy. Access is signposted from the village of Buelna and you need to walk the last 5 or 10 minutes. A large, attractive sandy beach for families, with good facilities and easy access.

Very popular, pretty and relaxing, which means it can attract quite a lot of people in peak season. It is a great place for swimming and also sheltered which makes the beautiful beach a nice spot for families. You will also find two restaurants close to the beach where you can have lunch and relax all day.

This beach stands out as one of the most spectacular beaches in Asturias and could probably be the best. The Idyllic beach is blessed with natural surroundings. Nudists mostly visit the Beach of Torimbia, but other people also go there to relax, explore and enjoy the natural gifts of the region.

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The beach of Cuevas del Mar Spanish for sea caves is, as its name suggests, carved in stone and dotted with hundreds of caves. These are visible only when the tide is low, at which point numerous rocky formations appear, traversed by tunnels and caves.

It is about meters long and has a curious row of islets in its shore that decorate the landscape. Made more of pebbles than of sand, the beach of El Silencio preserves a virgin look and wild beauty. Your booking. It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town.

We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here. This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers. Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument. By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring.

It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting. Wear non-slip shoes and take a torch! Cobijeru is formed by a depression behind the cliffs, where it is surrounded by fields. Note that to enjoy it properly, you need to go midway between low and high tides. At low tide, the sea recedes too far, while at high tide the depression floods leaving no sand to enjoy. Access is signposted from the village of Buelna and you need to walk the last 5 or 10 minutes.

A large, attractive sandy beach for families, with good facilities and easy access. Very popular, pretty and relaxing, which means it can attract quite a lot of people in peak season. Low tide permits access to Regolgueru beach see below to the east and Playa del Oso to the west.

When the tide comes in, La Franca beach becomes a large, shallow pool, making it particularly suitable for family with small children. It is close to the Asturias border with Cantabria, past the village of Buelna and just before La Franca village. This one really is off the beaten track: a small cove accessed down a steep cliff path, which some will find challenging and others simply exciting.

Access to the cliff path is from the village of Pimiango from Mirador del Picu viewpoint, an excellent spot for a picnic. This is the last village and beach in Asturias right by the border with Cantabria.

This cove is only visible when tide is at its lowest. We help you plan the day out with recommendations for restaurants and other activities. We always try to give our clients something more. Expect Rustical Travel to suggest good places to eat near these beaches, whether traditional and romantic venues, or simply a restaurant with an en excellent meal of the day offering value for money. Rustical Travel are the specialists for villas in Northern Spain.

Read more. Honest, natural, fabulous, little known, loveable Asturias! Thankfully and magnificently unspoilt, this mountain paradis At over one kilometre in length, this beach is also among the largest in all of Asturias.

Playa de Rodiles boasts a long list of amenities including a nice selection of beach bars, and a large picnic area kept cool by the shade of nearby trees. A pool area provides the ideal spot for splashing around with the little ones, and a recently built promenade traces the shoreline all the way to the mouth of the Villaviciosa Estuary. This beach is also known for dinosaur footprints still present in the rock formations.

Visiting the ancient tracks is highly recommended for those seeking a unique and memorable holiday experience. The town of Ribadesella is a place of astounding beauty, and the beaches which surround it do well to accentuate it.

The stunning scenery resides within an estuary formed by two converging streams, the Arroyo de San Pedro and Sella River, which flow into the Cantabrian Sea. The entire area is a mosaic of breathtaking allure, of which the nearby beaches are just a part. Playa de Santa Marina is in reality a large sandbar brought about by the unique local geography. Fresh water flowing past this sandy shore adds an ample amount of clarity to the depths, resulting in mass appeal for those who enjoy intermittent dips between periods of sunbathing.

This area is also popular among water sports enthusiasts and offers many opportunities to join in on the fun. The village of Ribadesella shines beautifully in the background, crowned by beautiful Indian palaces, it's also a great place to locate nearby accommodations of your own. Not far west of Ribadesella, the coastline takes on a completely different form from the one found in town.

Flanked by massive bluffs, Playa de La Atalaya has a rocky composition rather than the copious amounts of sand found elsewhere. This beach's relative seclusion tends to result in a tranquil atmosphere and is likely the perfect remedy for those wanting an escape from the hustle and bustle. The shoreline here is especially beautiful at low tide, as all manner of interesting rock formations are exposed. The sand's protruding stones create a bewitching moonscape well-worth visiting.

With nothing to hear but the sound of crashing waves, this beach is sure to transport you into a dimension of ultimate relaxation. Beach-goers preferring a high level of convenience will also find everything they need here.

All the proper facilities have been installed here, including a car park for those choosing to drive. Also of interest here will surely be the vantage point from the nearby lookout where visitors can savour stunning views of the Llanes coastline. Ready to discover the incredible world of Asturias for yourself? Let us help plan your next holiday trip with this excellent selection of accommodations near Spain's Costa Verde.

For some added perspective on the stunning Asturian coast, have a look at this map showing the locations of the eight beaches discussed on our list. Advertise a property FAQ Does it work?

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It is a small but beautiful beach. More of the locals frequently visit Buelna Beach than foreigners. There are no restaurants or shops around the beach so taking a picnic along is necessary. Buelna beach can easily be accessed by a vehicle car or bike , or you can alternatively visit the beach on foot. La Playa de Poo is a private and quiet place that provides a beautiful view from above. It is endowed with soft white sand, and crystal blue waters surrounded by green covered hilled.

The poo beach is 3 kilometers away from Llanes, Asturias. It is a great place for swimming and also sheltered which makes the beautiful beach a nice spot for families. You will also find two restaurants close to the beach where you can have lunch and relax all day. This beach stands out as one of the most spectacular beaches in Asturias and could probably be the best.

The Idyllic beach is blessed with natural surroundings. Nudists mostly visit the Beach of Torimbia, but other people also go there to relax, explore and enjoy the natural gifts of the region. Sign in. Forgot your password? Get help. Create an account. Password recovery. Trip and Travel Blog. La Franca Beach Source: Link. Most Popular All Time. The 8 most dangerous airports in the world! It is accessed from Naves village and although is not signposted, is not too difficult to find.

A classic and great favourite. This large, open sandy beach has a tradition of optional nudism, making it a mix of both. Playa de Torimbia tends to win people over and many come back every year. You park at a viewpoint above and to one side of the beach, making the beach area itself a car-free zone. Walks from here along the ridge of the hill will give you wonderful views of the coast.

A wonderful, top quality beach with easy access. Very well balanced, in a natural setting with little villages close by and the mountains as a backdrop, it has a small summer bar with charcoal grill, which smelled delicious when we passed by in July … For the best local places to eat, Rustical Travel will send you further details relevant to the villa or cottage you have booked.

Playa del Borizo is located on the little searoad between Barro and Celorio illages. A small urban beach just 50 meters from medieval quarter of Llanes town. Good for families with children, it is relatively safe for swimming and close to all the facilities and services you could want.

It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town. We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here. This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers. Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument. By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring. It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting.

Wear non-slip shoes and take a torch! Cobijeru is formed by a depression behind the cliffs, where it is surrounded by fields. Note that to enjoy it properly, you need to go midway between low and high tides.

At low tide, the sea recedes too far, while at high tide the depression floods leaving no sand to enjoy. Access is signposted from the village of Buelna and you need to walk the last 5 or 10 minutes.

A large, attractive sandy beach for families, with good facilities and easy access. Very popular, pretty and relaxing, which means it can attract quite a lot of people in peak season. Low tide permits access to Regolgueru beach see below to the east and Playa del Oso to the west.

When the tide comes in, La Franca beach becomes a large, shallow pool, making it particularly suitable for family with small children. It is close to the Asturias border with Cantabria, past the village of Buelna and just before La Franca village. This one really is off the beaten track: a small cove accessed down a steep cliff path, which some will find challenging and others simply exciting. Access to the cliff path is from the village of Pimiango from Mirador del Picu viewpoint, an excellent spot for a picnic.

This is the last village and beach in Asturias right by the border with Cantabria. This cove is only visible when tide is at its lowest. We help you plan the day out with recommendations for restaurants and other activities. We always try to give our clients something more. Expect Rustical Travel to suggest good places to eat near these beaches, whether traditional and romantic venues, or simply a restaurant with an en excellent meal of the day offering value for money.

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The beautiful beach of Pechon has small rock pools where you and your children can explore. Even though strong currents are sometimes experienced there, it is still good for swimming. Pechon village is accommodating, and it houses some good restaurant where you can eat delicious traditional cuisines. This beach is located in Niembro village, and you can access the village by foot or any vehicle.

The beach is only a short distance from the car park. It is also perfect for swimming. To get an amazing view of the beach and its surroundings, you can move up to the hills around the beach. La Playa de Buelna is the ideal beach to visit when you want to get away from the crowd.

It is a small but beautiful beach. More of the locals frequently visit Buelna Beach than foreigners. There are no restaurants or shops around the beach so taking a picnic along is necessary. Buelna beach can easily be accessed by a vehicle car or bike , or you can alternatively visit the beach on foot. La Playa de Poo is a private and quiet place that provides a beautiful view from above. It is endowed with soft white sand, and crystal blue waters surrounded by green covered hilled.

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Industrial Heritage Discover the traces left by industrial activity in Asturia through history. Read more. Where to go? Online booking Choice of accommodation with online booking confirmation. Where to stay? Tourist accommodation in Asturias. Above the villages were hillsides densely wooded with chestnut, pine, and eucalyptus. And in the distance stood a line of mountains sugar-iced with snow: the famous Picos de Europa, so-called because these peaks were the first things mariners saw of the continent when returning from their long expeditions to distant seas.

In the fields round about, brown cows grazed indolently on an ensalada verde of the lushest pasture I had ever seen. Asturias is dairy central. In a country not traditionally fond of dairy products, this is one region that loves them unashamedly. Few places in the world - even in France - can boast such cheesy variety over such a modest surface area. The Cotera Diaz family have their home and dairy in the village of Arenas de Cabrales, but keep their 28 cows in a stable beside the Cares river.

When I visited, the husband and wife were busy milking, the rattle of a generator mingling with the roar of a mountain river swollen with ice-melt from the high sierra.

Its waters were blue-grey, and crystal clear. The family specialise in Cabrales, a blue cheese which is one of Spain's finest and a worthy rival to both Stilton and Roquefort. It packs a powerful punch, and often benefits from a good draught of cider to soften its piquant aftertaste. While the parents worked, their son explained to me the family's traditional routine, common among cheese-making families hereabouts.

As soon as school closes in June, the family goes up into the high pastures of the Picos, where they spend the whole summer with the herd, making cheeses which will be brought down in September to cure in special caves. The custom of transhumance has declined, but the caves are still an irreplaceable element in the making of both Cabrales and the other great Asturian blue cheese, Gamonedo. Inside it was damp and dark and musty, with a powerful stink in the oxygen-deprived atmosphere that would send claustrophics and cheese-haters screaming into the fresh air.

He proposed a simple half-day trek following the river Cares from its birthplace in the heights of the sierra down a narrow mountain gorge, the Desfiladero del Rio Cares.

From there we entered the gorge, a dark canyon of Tolkien-esque proportions, with a path carved out of the rock face skirting the cliffs. From far below us came the muffled thunder of the river. Far above, in the gap between the cliffs, if you strained your neck and watched your footsteps, you could just see the snow-capped peaks, sparkling in the sun. Nacho Manzano, chef at Casa Marcial, cooks and lives in the village house where he was born and grew up, and where his parents had a small shop that sold everything from socks and shoes to tinned sardines.

There was a dance hall on the first floor, a cider press in the basement. As night fell a cold dank mist rolled down from the mountains. My luck had run out, I told myself: the rain, regular protagonist of the Asturian climate, was back. By the morning, however, it had cleared again and the atmosphere was uncannily bright, like when you turned up the contrast and colour on an old TV set.

Perfect weather for beach-hunting. I turned back towards Oviedo on the E70 and drove from west to east along the Asturian coast - rebaptised for the incipient tourist market as the Costa Verde. For years I have been saying to anyone who'd listen that some of the best beaches in the country are to be found along this stretch of coast.

At Barayo, for instance, a pristine valley protected from all possible development, inhabited only by otters, the river reaches the sea in a majestic arc of sand. Or Playa del Silencio, aptly named, where dramatic rock formations encircle a lonely beach; or, loveliest of all, Torimbia, a mouthwateringly beautiful sandy bay, utterly unspoilt, which like all the world's best beaches, can only be reached on foot.

On this May morning at Torimbia there wasn't a soul to be seen; the water was as calm as a mirror, and an appetising, if misleading shade of glassy blue.

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230 m2 | 2 bedrooms | 8 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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Playa de Guadamía. Coordinates: 43°27'"N 4°58'"W. Top Asturias Beaches: See reviews and photos of beaches in Asturias, Spain on Tripadvisor. I have been known to get very boring about its dramatic landscapes, its superb beaches, its excellent food, its unique pre-Romanesque.

You park at a viewpoint above and to one side of the beach, making the beach area itself a car-free zone. Walks from here along the ridge of the hill will give you wonderful views of the coast. A wonderful, top quality beach with easy access. Very well balanced, in a natural setting with little villages close by and the mountains as a backdrop, it has a small summer bar with charcoal grill, which smelled delicious when we passed by in July … For the best local places to eat, Rustical Travel will send you further details relevant to the villa or cottage you have booked.

Playa del Borizo is located on the little searoad between Barro and Celorio illages. A small urban beach just 50 meters from medieval quarter of Llanes town. Good for families with children, it is relatively safe for swimming and close to all the facilities and services you could want.

It makes a perfect combination with a visit to town. We have a particularly good tip for dinner at a restaurant with seaviews here.

This special, pretty cove will arouse the interest of nature lovers. Indeed, with its caves and cliffs it is considered to be a natural monument. By the beach is a cave that is fantastic for exploring.

It leads right into the cliffs above the sea and is very exciting. Wear non-slip shoes and take a torch! Cobijeru is formed by a depression behind the cliffs, where it is surrounded by fields. Note that to enjoy it properly, you need to go midway between low and high tides. At low tide, the sea recedes too far, while at high tide the depression floods leaving no sand to enjoy. Access is signposted from the village of Buelna and you need to walk the last 5 or 10 minutes. A large, attractive sandy beach for families, with good facilities and easy access.

Very popular, pretty and relaxing, which means it can attract quite a lot of people in peak season. Low tide permits access to Regolgueru beach see below to the east and Playa del Oso to the west. When the tide comes in, La Franca beach becomes a large, shallow pool, making it particularly suitable for family with small children. It is close to the Asturias border with Cantabria, past the village of Buelna and just before La Franca village.

This one really is off the beaten track: a small cove accessed down a steep cliff path, which some will find challenging and others simply exciting. Access to the cliff path is from the village of Pimiango from Mirador del Picu viewpoint, an excellent spot for a picnic. This is the last village and beach in Asturias right by the border with Cantabria. This cove is only visible when tide is at its lowest. From there we entered the gorge, a dark canyon of Tolkien-esque proportions, with a path carved out of the rock face skirting the cliffs.

From far below us came the muffled thunder of the river. Far above, in the gap between the cliffs, if you strained your neck and watched your footsteps, you could just see the snow-capped peaks, sparkling in the sun. Nacho Manzano, chef at Casa Marcial, cooks and lives in the village house where he was born and grew up, and where his parents had a small shop that sold everything from socks and shoes to tinned sardines.

There was a dance hall on the first floor, a cider press in the basement. As night fell a cold dank mist rolled down from the mountains. My luck had run out, I told myself: the rain, regular protagonist of the Asturian climate, was back. By the morning, however, it had cleared again and the atmosphere was uncannily bright, like when you turned up the contrast and colour on an old TV set.

Perfect weather for beach-hunting. I turned back towards Oviedo on the E70 and drove from west to east along the Asturian coast - rebaptised for the incipient tourist market as the Costa Verde. For years I have been saying to anyone who'd listen that some of the best beaches in the country are to be found along this stretch of coast. At Barayo, for instance, a pristine valley protected from all possible development, inhabited only by otters, the river reaches the sea in a majestic arc of sand.

Or Playa del Silencio, aptly named, where dramatic rock formations encircle a lonely beach; or, loveliest of all, Torimbia, a mouthwateringly beautiful sandy bay, utterly unspoilt, which like all the world's best beaches, can only be reached on foot.

On this May morning at Torimbia there wasn't a soul to be seen; the water was as calm as a mirror, and an appetising, if misleading shade of glassy blue. Misleading, because the Atlantic is not the Med, and only in the months of July and August would most people think it wise to immerse themselves in it. So the Costa Verde has unspoilt beaches; it also has a series of unspoilt harbour towns strung along the coast like a pearl necklace. Ribadesella - once the summer stamping-ground of the Princess Letizia, wife of Prince Felipe, heir to the Spanish throne - and Cudillero, picturesque yet genuine.

Lastres is a proper fishing village with winding cobbled streets - you could be in Cornwall. Outside Llanes, easternmost of Asturian coastal towns, is where the idyll ends.

I was shocked to see the building going on in the strip of land between the mountains and the sea, the rash of ugly urbanizaciones built mostly as second homes for holidaymakers from the Basque country, and the wide swathe of brand-new motorway, built to give them easier access to what is increasingly a colony of Bilbao. Sad to say, no lessons have been learned from the destruction of Spain's other costas, and it seems that even this pristine coastline is on the way to being ruined, and that there is nothing you or I can do about it.

Perhaps the only solution is for you and me to get there while there's still time, and to tell our friends. I always tell mine that the coast of Asturias - along with the mountains, the architecture, the people, and the food - is almost certainly one of Spain's last great unknown treasures. But then I would say that. Easyjet ; easyjet. Brittany Ferries ; brittany-ferries. Hotel Fruela 00 34 ; hotelfruela. Hotel Casona del Busto in Pravia near Aviles 00 34 ; casonadelbusto.

It's minutes from the beach and 10km from Asturias airport. Palacio de Rubianes , Cereceda 00 34 ; palacioderubianes. Day Trips. Outdoor Activities. Traveler Resources. Centro 1. Free Entry. Good for Kids. Good for Adrenaline Seekers. Good for Couples. Good for Big Groups. Honeymoon spot. Hidden Gems. Show less. We found 70 results for you in Asturias Clear all filters.

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