Beaches in the municipality of Cudillero, Asturias

CalabónCudillero, Asturias

Calabón beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain

With low tide you won’t see the limit between the Calabón beach and the Gueirúa beach in Cudillero. If you take a look at them in Google Maps you won’t see the difference either. But they are considered two beaches cause with high tide it’s difficult to get to Calabón from Gueirúa, reason why Calabón […]

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SalenciaCudillero, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Salencia beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain

You might find Salencia beach under other names such as Lindebarcas or Yendebarcas mainly because that is the name of the stream that flows into the sea here, forming this cove. It’s one of the less known beaches of Cudillero being dwarfed by a very popular neighbor: Del Silencio beach. It’s pretty easy to get […]

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CampofríoCudillero, Asturias

Campofrío beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain - panoramic view

Campofrío is a prolongation of the Aguilar beach located in Muros de Nalón – without knowing anything about the area, going there you won’t actually see 2 different beaches but only one occupying the entire cove. Why are there two beaches in the first place? Well, as usual, a river flows into the sea at […]

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L’AirínCudillero, Asturias

L'Airín beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain

A mainly pebbly beach where the color of the sand has various beautiful shades, L’Airín is separated from the beach of Salencia by the islet of Fariñon. L’Airín beach is visited almost exclusively by the people of the village of Novellana because the descent is long, winding, tricky and slippery when wet. There is also […]

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Ballota or RioCaboCudillero, Asturias

Ballota beach in Cudillero, Asturias - panoramic view

It happens that in Asturias there is more than one Ballota beach – there is another Ballota beach far, far away from this one in the municipality of Llanes. This one has more than one name because the river flowing here is called Rio Cabo (the Cabo river) and that’s why Ballota is also called […]

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VallinaCudillero, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Vallina beach

Vallina is one of the “3 musketeers” that can be seen from Cape Vidio (the “musketeer” idea is mine, it is actually a pretty respectable beach). I say musketeers because these beaches are beautiful (the other 2 being Peñadoria and La Cueva), extensive and need a bit of trekking to get to but that’s not […]

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PurtiellaCudillero, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Purtiella beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain

If the name Purtiella doesn’t ring a bell and you happen to be in Cudillero looking at a map then I have 2 explanations for you. The first one is that this beach has more than one name… let’s say more than 2 or 3 too. People also call it Portiella and Muriello while the […]

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