Beaches in Asturias that have showers (including feet showers only)

CarranquesCarreño, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Carranques beach in Perlora, Asturias

This beach is one of the 4 beaches belonging to a resort called Perlora, a small town built especially for tourists in a really marvelous surrounding (The other beaches you will find in Perlora are: Huelgues, De Los Curas beach and Perán (technically this one does not belong to Perlora – long story). You can […]

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ToróLlanes, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Toró beach in Llanes

Toró is one of the beaches in the municipality of Llanes who won the Blue Flag eco-label in 2015 and in the past years. It is a semi-urban beach just outside the town of Llanes, closer to Cué, really popular during the summer months. It’s really easy to find Toró (which also means crowded) and […]

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AnguileiroTapia de Casariego, Asturias

Anguileiro beach in Tapia de Casariego, Asturias. Panoramic view.

This beach is known by many names: Anguileiro – due to a river called Anguileiro flowing into the sea right here – but also Los Campos (“The fields”) or La Grande (“The big one“). It’s an extensive urban beach situated into a cove that hosts another 3 smaller beaches that unite at low tide into […]

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EstañoGijón, Asturias

Estano beach in Gijón Asturias

Estaño is one of the most beautiful beaches in the municipality of Gijón, maybe because it’s well outside the city (5km away) and thus far, far away from cars, buildings and noise. Estaño is quite secluded but easy to find and get to and that’s because of a footpath that links all the beaches of […]

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XivaresCarreño, Asturias

Xivares beach in Carreño, Asturias

Although in all official maps this is THE Xivares beach (only one) locals will always name them “The First of Xivares” and “The Second of Xivares” (this one also known as Peña María beach) because they join with low loooow tide only. With high tide you can definitely see there are two of them, each […]

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San Pedro de AntromeroGozón, Asturias

San Pedro de Antromero beach in Asturias, Spain - panoramic view

San Pedro de Antromero (or Saint Peter if you wish) is one of those beaches that attracts both tourists and scientists altogether, albeit in different months of the year. And that’s because it is an extended beach surrounded by high cliffs in a beautiful village called Antromero (hence the addition to the name). The sand, […]

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RebolleresCarreño, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Rebolleres beach in Candás, Asturias, Spain

I remember telling you that Candás has more than 1, more than 2 and even more than 3 beaches but I am not so sure you believed me. So it’s time to present you another beach in Candás, called Rebolleres or Piñeres. This one could not be more different than the others, first of all […]

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