Gargantera is one of the beaches a lot of people do not like: it has no amenities, no lifeguard, a small parking and hey, on top of all this, no descent! Or at least not one that I would recommend, I did not see one but I know locals do climb down to it somehow and thus benefit from having the entire beach just for themselves.
So why do I bother you with this one?
For more than one reason. One is that if you happen to visit Antromero and the Bigaral beach you will most definitely see Gargantera and ask yourself “what’s the name of this beauty?”
Well, in this case this blog and the app that we launched called AsturPlaya might help you answer the questions in your head.
The second reason is that it’s an amazing beach and if you are the explorer I believe you are, then you will want to see it. If you have proper shoes then you might also want to climb down and conquer it 🙂
Once there you will discover a rather long beach, 200 meters wide, of rocks and gravel. Fishermen might find it a good fishing spot, even for underwater fishing.
If the explorer in you is curious, then you might like to see the entire coastline of the municipality of Gozón – some of its beaches are secluded and some are quite popular and with lots of services. All are special!