Beaches in Asturias that have sand

BeciellaCaravia, Asturias

Beciella beach in Asturias, Spain

A beach of sand and rocks to the East of a more famous one called La Espasa, Beciella beach is accessible by foot only following a short path that starts from La Espasa parking. Actually this trail is part of a coastal footpath called Camín Real which starts at La Espasa and ends at the […]

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PalombinaLlanes, Asturias

Palombina beach in Asturias, Spain. Panoramic view.

Palombina is one of the (few) urban beaches of Celorio, awarded in 2015 (and in the past) with the Blue Flag eco-label for the quality of its services, water and environmental policy. There’s a bit of a misunderstanding regarding Palombina beach because on some maps different portions of it have different names and all join […]

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Los QuebrantosSoto del Barco, Asturias

Quebrantos beach - panoramic view of the only beach in Soto del Barco, Asturias, Spain

This vast sandy beach, together with Sablón and Requexinos (2 neighboring beaches in the municipality of Castrillón) form a single unit at low tide about 3.5 km long. It’s a product of the contributions of the sandy river Nalón which flows into the sea at its Western margin. The reason why this beach has its […]

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TazonesVillaviciosa, Asturias

Tazones panoramic view of the village and the beach of Tazones in Villaviciosa, Asturias, Spain

This sandy beach is located within the port of the historic village of Tazones, a village very well known for its gastronomy based on seafood and for playing an important role in the history of Asturias and Spain (our app beahc app AsturPlaya can take you to Tazones, download it now). The village is well […]

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Santa AnaValdés, Asturias

Santa Ana beach in Valdés, Asturias

Ok, this one can scare you if you happen to see it from the Santa Ana headland or anywhere near its Western side (which you can and you should!) – because you suddenly see a big vertical wall surrounding the beach and you think: “No way I can get down there!!!” That’s because an 80 […]

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Salinas in LuarcaValdés, Asturias

Salinas beach in Luarca

Together with First & Second beaches of Luarca, Salinas ends a string of impressive beaches considered part of the village of Luarca, centre of the municipality of Valdés – other beaches in and around Luarca being Las Arreas beach, El Enguilo beach, Portizuelo among a few others pretty difficult to find. Salinas is a very […]

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CuevaCudillero, Asturias

Cueva beach in Cudillero

La Cueva beach is a shell-shaped sandy beach (with gravel) on the western flank of Cape Vidio and part of the West Coast Protected Landscape Area. Cape Vidio, just like Cape Busto, is surrounded by a string of beaches that look quite similar one to another. And when I say “string” and “similar”, I mean […]

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