Beaches in Asturias that do not have a parking

CobijeruLlanes, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Cobijeru / Las Acacias beach in Llanes, Asturias, Spain

Cobijeru is not only a beach. Actually it is not a beach like you might imagine, it’s a pair made of a cave called Cobijeru and an inland beach (inlet) called Las Acacias. Nowadays people only know it under the name of Cobijeru and forgot about Las Acacias, name it took for being surrounded by […]

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Pedreyada & BigoixCoaña, Asturias

Pedreyada beach in Asturias, Spain

Finding the coves of Pedreyada and Bigoix is not easy if you are not familiar with the surroundings – roads may take you close enough to get a glimpse of them from above but not close enough to actually be able to climb down to them. First you have to drive to the village of […]

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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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Las Yeguas & FuradaMuros de Nalón, Asturias

Las Yeguas beach, also known as Las Chalanas, en Muros de Nalón, Asturias, Spain

I am, again, writing about two beaches in the same post and for the same old known reason. Las Yeguas and Furada are neighboring beaches and you can get to one from the other, being separated by rocks only. In this case the rocks are pretty big and you might have to do some climbing […]

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La Cazonera & La AtalayaMuros de Nalón, Asturias

Panoramic view of Cazonera and La Atalaya, 2 beaches in Muros de Nalon, Asturias ,Spain

I am writing about 2 beaches in this post because La Cazonera and La Atalaya share the same cove and the same access being only separated by a string of rocks called El Paso (The Pass). Towards West you will find La Cazonera beach and towards East La Atalaya beach which I have to warn […]

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Ribera L’Ouca & PumarínCudillero, Asturias

Ribera L'Ouca beach in Cudillero, Asturias, Spain

I am writing about two beaches in this post – Ribera L’Ouca and Pumarín – because they are extremely similar and you can see them both from the same spot, mainly from the Santa Marina viewpoint on the Borona headland in Cudillero. They are special mainly to people who enjoy discovering secluded spots or like […]

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Los Molinos de BarciaValdés, Asturias

Panoramic view of the Los Molinos de Barcia beach in Asturias, Spain

We saw Los Molinos de Barcia beach from two angles and, even though a bit difficult, you can reach it from 2 opposite directions, both requiring a bit of effort from your part. Trekkers will love this beach and the surrounding area, most of the beaches of Valdés sharing the same characteristics: secluded, with complicated […]

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