Beaches in Asturias with boulders

CampiechoValdés, Asturias

Campiecho beach in Cadavedo, Asturias, Spain

A tourist seeing pictures with the Campiecho beach on the Internet might live with the impression that this beach has frozen in time. That’s because the main attraction point of the beach (from a photographer’s point of view) is not the beach itself or the impressive cliffs surrounding it but… a boat. I might joke […]

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FontanechaValdés, Asturias

Fontaniecha beach in Cadavedo, Asturias, Spain

Although I am naming this beach Fontanecha, here and in our beach app Asturplaya, you might find it under different variations: Fontanecha, Fontanecho, Fontaniecha and others similar to these ones. Like many other beaches in the municipality of Valdés, Fontanecha is secluded, hard to climb down to, without amenities or parking but… It’s also surrounded […]

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ChurínValdés, Asturias

Churín beach in Valdes, Asturia - picture taken from the cliffs

I might tell you that Churín is a typical “Valdés beach” because by now you must know that the beaches in the municipality of Valdés share some common characteristics: a lot are secluded, with no descent or with one for the thrill-seekers, no parking nearby, no services around, made of boulders with no sand, etc […]

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MuniellesCastrillón, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Munielles beach in Castrillón, Asturias, Spain

There are beaches in Asturias I have never seen on a sunny day. No matter how often I’ve been there, rain somehow followed me and ruined my pictures. A lot of them happen to be in the municipality of Castrillón and I am starting to believe that they probably hate me – yes, I am […]

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Concha de ArtedoCudillero, Asturias

Concha de artedo beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain

You will fall in love with Concha de Artedo! Guaranteed! One of the most popular and extended beaches in Cudillero, Concha de Artedo is a “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” kind of beach 🙂 (yes, I know I have said this before, but both Concha de Artedo and Portizuelo beach deserve to be in this […]

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San Pedro de la RiberaCudillero, Asturias

San Pedro de la Ribera beach in Cudillero, asturias - view from above the cliffs

Everyone knows San Pedro de la Ribera beach, even if sometimes they know it under the name of San Pedro de Bocamar. It’s one of the most popular beaches of Cudillero, with plenty of services to offer to tourists and locals. San Pedro de la Ribera is a beach of fine, golden sand and boulders, […]

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Las Llanas & Xan-XunMuros de Nalón, Asturias

Las Llanas beach in Muros de Nalon, Asturias, Spain

The beaches of Las Llanas and Xan Xun join with low tide, Xan Xun not being accessible with high tide… nor very visible actually. They share the same cove and are separated by a string of rocks so this is the reason I am writing about both in the same post. Las Llanas is a […]

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