Beaches in Asturias

Gulpiyuri

Gulpiyuri

Small semicircular beach formed by a closed doline and surrounded by cliffs.See more
San Juan de Nieva (El Espartal)

San Juan de Nieva (El Espartal)

This beach is in a special protection area due to its dune vegetation. It offers a good level of facilities and has a high number of visitors.See more
Arnao

Arnao

Beautiful beach with fine white sand and calm waters for bathing. It is set in beautiful surroundings, very close to the Arnao recreational area.See more
La Concha de Artedo

La Concha de Artedo

It is an extensive beach very sheltered by the cliffs that surround it. It is a beach with crystal-clear waters that always attracts a large number of people.See more
San Pedro de Bocamar (San Pedro de la Ribera)

San Pedro de Bocamar (San Pedro de la Ribera)

This beach, although located in an isolated area, is very popular with the public and has good services.See more
Palombina

Palombina

It is located in the town of Celorio, an area that has experienced a considerable increase in tourism.See more
Luanco (Santa Marina)

Luanco (Santa Marina)

A beach in the fishing and tourist town of Luanco, very popular with the public, equipped with all kinds of infrastructures and with a wide range of restaurants and bars.See more
Barro

Barro

It is joined at low tide to Sorraos beach. It has white sand, crystal-clear waters and a good level of facilities.See more
El Sablón

El Sablón

Located in the town centre of Llanes, it has a high number of visitors, a promenade and a good level of facilities.See more
Toró

Toró

Semi-urban beach with a high number of visitors. Both on its surface and in the water there are numerous rocks that give it a unique appearance.See more
Aguilar

Aguilar

Extensive sandy area of great tourist interest that makes it a very popular beach. It offers a good level of facilities and a wide range of hotels and restaurants.See more
Los Quebrantos

Los Quebrantos

An extensive beach of dark sand joined to the Playón de Bayas, where the river Nalón flows into the west. It offers a high level of services and has a large number of visitors.See more
Pe√Īarronda(Penarronda)

Pe√Īarronda(Penarronda)

It is a large sandy area with a rock in the centre that gives its name to the beach. Surfing enthusiasts usually frequent this beach from where they can catch good waves.See more
La Grande (Anguileiro)

La Grande (Anguileiro)

An extensive beach with excellent services where surfing is practised and where a well-known surfing championship is held.See more
Otur

Otur

This beach is located to the west of Luarca, in the vicinity of the village of Otur, and has a dune system that is somewhat degraded due to the high occupancy rate.See more
Salinas (Tercera de Luarca)

Salinas (Tercera de Luarca)

Located in the tourist town of Luarca, it is a very popular urban beach with clean waters and a good level of facilities.See more
Rodiles

Rodiles

It is an extensive sandy formation adjacent to the Villaviciosa estuary, a Natural Area of great value. It has a wooded area made up of pine and eucalyptus trees.See more
Salinas

Salinas

An extensive and touristy beach of golden sand, very popular with the public and equipped with all kinds of services, including a yacht club.See more
Santa María del Mar

Santa María del Mar

Arenal formed at the mouth of the river Ferrera. It offers a good level of facilities and denotes a high level of occupation.See more
Figueras

Figueras

Beach located in beautiful surroundings, with low occupancy.See more
Tour√°n

Tour√°n

It is a small beach in the shape of a shell that forms a beautiful landscape. It has a small number of visitors and no infrastructures.See more
Turbeiriza (El Cura)

Turbeiriza (El Cura)

Nestled between cliffs covered with meadows, this small, long beach is very little frequented by the public.See more
Vallinas (Vachinas)

Vallinas (Vachinas)

It has all the characteristics of the beaches in the area: a wild beach made up of boulders, with low occupancy and strong waves, located on the eastern side of Cape Busto.See more
El Puntal

El Puntal

A small beach in the Villaviciosa estuary, declared a Natural Area. It is made up of golden sand and rocks and has a wooded area.See more
Espa√Īa

Espa√Īa

Located at the mouth of the River Espa√Īa, it is surrounded by cliffs and is characterised by its strong waves and the large number of visitors.See more
Merón

Merón

Small shell-shaped beach made up of sand and gravel.See more
Misiego

Misiego

It is located in the Villaviciosa estuary, so it enjoys calm waters and golden sand. It has hardly any infrastructures.See more
La √Ďora

La √Ďora

It is a small sandy beach flanked by cliffs on one of its sides. It offers a medium level of services and a high level of occupation.See more
Tazones

Tazones

Located in the beautiful fishing village of Tazones, it is a tourist centre of interest and its beach offers a good level of facilities.See more
Arenal de Morís (Caravia)

Arenal de Morís (Caravia)

An extensive beach in the shape of a shell with golden sand. Very touristy and crowded, it offers a good level of facilities.See more
Beciella (Barciella)

Beciella (Barciella)

Isolated and quiet beach with a medium level of occupation. It is made up of pebbles and sand and has no facilities.See more
La Espasa

La Espasa

Located at the mouth of the river Espasa, which divides the municipalities of Caravia (right) and Colunga (left). An extensive beach with golden sand and a good level of services.See more
El Viso (Moracey)

El Viso (Moracey)

This beach is located within the extensive sandy areas of the council of Caravia.See more
Cand√°s (La Pregona)

Cand√°s (La Pregona)

Located next to the port of Cand√°s, it is a beach with all the necessary hotel and catering facilities and a large number of visitors.See more
Carranques 1 y 2

Carranques 1 y 2

This beach is located in an interesting landscape with coves, caves and abundant vegetation.See more
La Palmera

La Palmera

It is the beach of the tourist town of Cand√°s. It has fine sand and offers all kinds of facilities and the possibility of doing different water sports.See more
Castelo (Castello)

Castelo (Castello)

It is perhaps the most interesting of this group of beaches carved into the geological formation of the series of capes. It is a beautiful inlet of quartzite gravels, where the dominant materials are slate and quartz.See more
Pormenande

Pormenande

It is a beach of great beauty and very safe, despite being stony. A small tombolo joins it on its right bank to the islet of El Rego, whose summit can be reached along a path.See more
Rebolleres (Pi√Īeres)

Rebolleres (Pi√Īeres)

This beach is made up of boulders in a somewhat degraded environment. It has no facilities and is little frequented by the public.See more
Taluxa

Taluxa

A small, secluded cove of sand and gravel that is little frequented, probably due to its difficult access, and where fishermen are often seen.See more
Tranqueru

Tranqueru

It is surrounded by cliffs and in an area of high ecological value. It has no facilities and is very popular with fishermen.See more
Xivares 1 y 2

Xivares 1 y 2

Extensive white sandy beach set in an attractive landscape of high tourist interest.See more
Arnao

Arnao

Nestled in a sheltered hollow, it is a sandy and pebbly beach with good services and very popular with tourists.See more
Bahínas

Bahínas

A beautiful semi-urban beach with dark sand, pebbles and moderate waves. Close to the town of Santa María del Mar. It offers an acceptable level of services and a medium level of occupancy.See more
El Cordial (El Reguero)

El Cordial (El Reguero)

Isolated beach with few visitors, golden sand and strong waves, accessible on foot from the beach of Muinelles at low tide, as well as from the coastal path in the western part of the beach. Danger of becoming isolated at high tide. It does not have inf…See more
Munielles

Munielles

Close to the town of Bayas, this is a small beach with dark sand and moderate waves. It offers a medium level of services.See more
Playón de Bayas (El Sablón)

Playón de Bayas (El Sablón)

This extensive beach divides the councils of Castrillón and Soto del Barco. It has a high ecological value due to its dune system, and its danger due to the strong waves.See more
Requexinos

Requexinos

It is a beach of dark sand and strong waves, next to Playón de Bayas and surrounded by hills covered with vegetation. It has few facilities.See more
San Rom√°n

San Rom√°n

Access to this beach is via Figueras beach at low tide.See more
Armaz√°

Armaz√°

This rocky and isolated beach has a viewpoint on its western side located at the top of the Castello point.See more
A Figueira

A Figueira

Figueira is a typical stony beach of the west coast, which practically disappears at high tide and is closed to the east by the islet of Illones.See more
Arnelles

Arnelles

This beach is located near the Port of Ortiguera and has some services.See more
El Barco

El Barco

A small, isolated beach, difficult to access, with no services.See more
Foxos (Ortiguera)

Foxos (Ortiguera)

Foxos beach is located at the mouth of the Navia river.See more
Torbas

Torbas

Extensive beach of pebbles and sand, located in a rural setting.See more
La Griega

La Griega

Extensive formation of golden sand, where the river Libard√≥n flows into. It has strong waves, medium occupancy and a good level of facilities. As a curious fact, fossilised dinosaur footprints can be seen here. At low tide, pebbles are formed….See more
La Isla

La Isla

Urban beach of golden sand in front of which is located the islet from which it takes its name. It has a promenade and good facilities.See more
El Astillero (Playa de Lastres)

El Astillero (Playa de Lastres)

Beach in the fishing village of Lastres which is of great tourist interest. It offers a low level of services.See more
Río Cabo (Ballota)

Río Cabo (Ballota)

The river Cabo, which flows into the western bank of this beach in Ballota, serves as a boundary between the councils of Valdés and Cudillero.See more
Albuerne

Albuerne

Albuerne is a pebble beach with some sand, enclosed by cliffs over 50 metres high.See more
Calabón

Calabón

This beach, which is difficult to access, shares the western sector, made up of a row of islets, the remains of an ancient fractured point of quartz and slate called La Forcada, with the beach of La Gueir√ļa.See more
El Castrillón

El Castrillón

This is a small beach, little frequented, located between Gavil√°n and Garita points. It does not offer any kind of services.See more
El Castro (Caldeirina)

El Castro (Caldeirina)

A small cove that is difficult to access, which is reached via a watercourse opened up by a stream, located between the villages of Casta√Īeras and Santa Marina.See more
El Riego

El Riego

A small pebbly cove in which the presence of three rocks colonised by seagulls stands out. It has no facilities.See more
El Silencio (Gavieiro)

El Silencio (Gavieiro)

It is probably the most beautiful beach in the whole of the west, and despite its beauty it has remained untouched by tourist pressure. Spectacular islets of different sizes enclose its margins.See more
Gueir√ļa (Gair√ļa)

Gueir√ļa (Gair√ļa)

It is a small beach set in beautiful surroundings, with few visitors and no services.See more
La Barquera

La Barquera

This beach belongs to the Protected Landscape of the Western Coast and, in addition to its scenic beauty, is notable for its rich fishing.See more
La Corvera

La Corvera

A small beach set in attractive surroundings with low occupancy and difficult access, characteristic of the western coast of Asturias.See more
La Cueva

La Cueva

It is a beach of shell-shaped pebbles, which can be reached via a path carved into a cliff that is over 80 metres high.See more
L'Airín

L’Air√≠n

It is an extensive beach with a predominance of pebbles, where the sand takes on a variety of beautiful shades. The islet of Fari√Ī√≥n separates it from the beach of Saliencia.See more
Las Rubias

Las Rubias

This is a beach of great beauty, isolated and nestled at the foot of high cliffs. It is not very popular with the public, probably due to its difficult access.See more
Los Botes

Los Botes

It is a small isolated cove made up of boulders with strong waves. It has no facilities.See more
Oleiros

Oleiros

Beach located at the foot of high cliffs, surrounded by pine trees and sheltered at the bottom of the Oleiros inlet. It enjoys clean, crystal-clear waters but suffers from strong waves.See more
Pe√Īa Doria

Pe√Īa Doria

A small beach with few conditions for bathing due to the strong waves and wind.See more
Portiella (Muriello)

Portiella (Muriello)

A small cove of little interest for bathing, where there is a shellfish fishing ground.See more
Puerto Chico

Puerto Chico

A very small cove wedged between cliffs, with few visitors and offering no services.See more
Ribera del Molín

Ribera del Molín

A rural beach of great beauty, quiet and solitary, made up of boulders and with a strong swell.See more
Salencia

Salencia

Small rural beach where the Yendebarcas stream flows into the sea.See more
Vallina (Del Gallo)

Vallina (Del Gallo)

This long, narrow beach can be reached from Ovi√Īana or from Valdredo. This beach is almost exclusively frequented by fishermen.See more
Porcía

Porcía

It is a triangular-shaped beach with a high occupancy rate, with small marshes and dunes, as well as wooded areas.See more
Cambaredo

Cambaredo

A narrow, long, stony beach of great ecological value. It is surrounded by high cliffs covered with pine trees, as are most of the beaches in the west.See more
Torbas

Torbas

A small beach located in a small inlet to the east of Cape Blanco, which stands out for its scenic importance and the quality of its waters.See more
Arbeyal

Arbeyal

A very popular sandy beach since its regeneration in 1995. Bathed by calm waters, it has good services.See more
Cagonera y Serín

Cagonera y Serín

Located in the vicinity of the San Lorenzo cape, it is a beach with strong waves and a low number of visitors, probably as a result of being isolated.See more
Cervigón (El Rinconín)

Cervigón (El Rinconín)

This beach is adjacent to San Lorenzo beach in the city of Gijón. It has a high influx of people and has plenty of facilities.See more
Esta√Īo

Esta√Īo

A small, semi-urban beach made up of sand and gravel. It offers a medium level of services.See more
Pe√Īarrubia

Pe√Īarrubia

Very narrow beach surrounded by high cliffs. It has a high level of occupation.See more
Poniente

Poniente

Artificially created beach in the area of the Gijón marina. It has a high number of visitors, golden sand and an anchoring area.See more
San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo

Beach located in the bay of Gijón, of great beauty and very popular with the public. It has excellent facilities: toilets, showers, beach umbrellas and sun loungers for hire, Sailing Club, etc.See more
Pendueles (Castiello)

Pendueles (Castiello)

Surrounded by cliffs, it is accessed by a staircase. It is linked by a tombolo to the islet of Los Picones. It has dark sand and is characterised by strong waves.See more
Pesta√Īa (Portaquinos)

Pesta√Īa (Portaquinos)

A small cove that can be reached on foot from Torimbia beach along a pretty path. It does not offer any facilities.See more
Poo

Poo

Close to the town of Poo and in the estuary of the same name, it is very popular with the public and enjoys white sand and calm waters. Funnel-shaped beach inside the mouth of the Vallina stream. A very familiar sandy beach…See more
Portiellu de Cué

Portiellu de Cué

Made up of sand and rocks, it offers crystal-clear waters and a medium level of occupancy.See more
Puerto Chico (Puertu Chicu)

Puerto Chico (Puertu Chicu)

It is a sheltered beach of sand and pebbles that is very popular with a large number of people. It has a promenade and an acceptable level of services.See more
San Antolín

San Antolín

An extensive white sandy beach located near the Romanesque monastery of San Antolín de Bedón. It is a windy beach with strong waves.See more
San Antonio (Picones)

San Antonio (Picones)

Isolated beach but with a large number of visitors, accessible on foot from the neighbouring Cuevas del Mar. Strong waves and currents.See more
Aguilera

Aguilera

Coarse golden sand, strong waves and few visitors.See more
San Pedro de Antromero

San Pedro de Antromero

Beach of great geological value and interesting for the fossil remains of dinosaur footprints that appear here.See more
Aramar

Aramar

Formed by boulders and rocks, this beach is located in an inlet enclosed by islets.See more
Ba√Īugues

Ba√Īugues

Nestled in an inlet in which there are interesting Palaeolithic sites. It has an anchoring area, showers and a cleaning service.See more
Carriciega (Carniciega)

Carriciega (Carniciega)

A golden sandy beach located within the Cabo de Pe√Īas Protected Landscape, which suffers from strong waves and shows a low level of occupation.See more
El Dique

El Dique

Small sandy and gravel beach with a low level of occupation. It does not offer any type of service.See more
El Bigaral (Los cristales)

El Bigaral (Los cristales)

Small beach with white sand, not very frequented by the public, most of which is made up of fishermen.See more
Gargantera

Gargantera

Shell-shaped beach made up of rocks. The access is quite complicated and it does not offer any facilities, so it is not very popular with the public.See more
Llumeres

Llumeres

The reddish colour of this beach is due to the old iron mines that used to be located here. It is frequented by fishermen.See more
Moniello

Moniello

It is a small cove, near the town of Luanco, made up of boulders. It has showers.See more
La Ribera

La Ribera

Beach located at the bottom of the bay of Luanco, very close to the port. With golden sand and little equipment, it is little used by the public.See more
Samarincha (Samarinchón)

Samarincha (Samarinchón)

Semi-urban beach with little public influx formed by skittles. It has no infrastructures.See more
Samarinchina

Samarinchina

Small cove with a low number of visitors, characterised by calm waters and a sheltered anchorage area. It has no facilities.See more
Tenrero (Verdicio)

Tenrero (Verdicio)

Interesting beach with a dune system of high ecological value. Formed by coarse golden sand and very popular with tourists, in its vicinity there are important Palaeolithic sites.See more
Viodo

Viodo

This cove belongs to the Cabo de Pe√Īas Protected Landscape and is difficult to access. It has no infrastructures.See more
Xagó

Xagó

Extensive beach with an interesting dune complex. It has a high level of occupation and a discreet hotel and catering offer.See more
Andrín

Andrín

Formidable beach located in an impressive setting surrounded by cliffs, where it is advisable to take care due to the strong waves and currents that form here.See more
Ballota

Ballota

Nestled in an environment of great beauty, in front of it is the islet (Castro Ballota) that characterises it.See more
Borizo(Borizu )

Borizo(Borizu )

This white sandy beach, very popular with tourists, is joined at low tide by a sandy arm to the island of Borizo or Arnielles, located opposite it.See more
Buelna (Arenillas)

Buelna (Arenillas)

It is a natural cove in the shape of a channel, very popular with families. It has a landscape full of karstic forms, with a limestone pinnacle known as “El Pic√≥n” standing out. Pleasant surroundings, frequented mainly by families. It does not have any equipme…See more
Cobijeru

Cobijeru

The beach, set at the bottom of a hill, is semicircular in shape and closed to the sea by the cliff. It is reached by the tides through a series of cracks carved into the rock of the cliff. It is therefore ideal for bathing, due to the quietness of the…See more
Cué (Antilles)

Cué (Antilles)

This beach is located in a pleasant rocky environment with fine white sand and calm waters and a moderate influx of people. At low tide it is connected to the Islona or Isla Grande by a sandy corridor.See more
Cuevas del Mar

Cuevas del Mar

A very popular beach located at the mouth of the river Ereba. It has a very capricious karst landscape with cavities carved by the waves that give it its name.See more
El Portiello de San Martín (La Capilla)

El Portiello de San Martín (La Capilla)

Small cove sheltered by the large rocks that surround it. It has a low level of occupation. Also known as Capilla (Chapel) because of the remains of an old building.See more
Guadamía (Aguamía)

Guadamía (Aguamía)

Located at the mouth of the river Guadamía, it is an interesting karst landscape. It has strong waves and currents.See more
La Acacia (Las Gaviotas)

La Acacia (Las Gaviotas)

It is isolated by the cliffs adjoining La Franca beach and is only accessible by boat. It allows you to enjoy the surroundings in absolute tranquillity.See more
La Almenada

La Almenada

This beach is located in the inlet formed by the Vallina river as it flows into the sea. Access is difficult and there are no facilities.See more
La Entrada

La Entrada

Beach formed at the mouth of the Niembro estuary. It has white sand and calm waters and is not very popular with the public.See more
La Huelga

La Huelga

Located at the mouth of the river San Cecilio, it is very popular due to its proximity to the village of Hontoria.See more
La Tal√° (Naranxu)

La Tal√° (Naranxu)

It is a small beach made up of rocks and gravel, with strong currents and waves. It does not offer any type of service.See more
La Tayada

La Tayada

Small beach set in an attractive landscape declared a “Protected Landscape”. It is made up of golden sand, which disappears completely at high tide.See more
Las C√°maras (Los Frailes)

Las C√°maras (Los Frailes)

Beach adjoining that of La Palombina. It has white sand, a promenade and some services: showers, telephones, etc.See more
Toranda

Toranda

A beautiful beach set on a cliffy coastline and surrounded by meadows. It offers visitors white sand and crystal-clear waters.See more
San Martín

San Martín

White sandy beach with rocky outcrops, in front of which there are two islets. It has no facilities.See more
Sevalle

Sevalle

Shell-shaped beach made up of rocks and sand. Nearby there is a system of aeolian dunes.See more
Sorraos

Sorraos

Beach adjacent to Barro beach, with white sand, a large number of people and good services.See more
Torimbia

Torimbia

This beach is set in beautiful surroundings, with fine white sand and very clean waters, which means that it is always very popular with the public.See more
Troenzo

Troenzo

Semi-urban beach with a high number of visitors, which is very sheltered within a beautiful environment declared “Protected Landscape”.See more
Valle

Valle

Semi-urban beach set in a landscape of interest, accessible on foot. Made up of white sand and rocks, it has no facilities.See more
Vidiago (Novales)

Vidiago (Novales)

Made up of gravel and sand, it is characterised by wind and strong waves. It offers a low level of services.See more
Villanueva

Villanueva

It is a beautiful beach surrounded by karst cliffs. The water is calm in the channel, but the outer part of the canyon suffers strong waves that even form a sinkhole.See more
Xiglu

Xiglu

A small part of the Barro beach is called Barro. It is located in an urban environment and has a large number of visitors.See more
Campofrío

Campofrío

This beach is located at the base of cliffs covered with vegetation. It is the extension to the west of Aguilar beach and shares with it the promenade and the rest of the services.See more
Cazonera

Cazonera

Beach made up of boulders and rocks, next to La Atalaya beach, from which it is separated by some islets called “El Paso”. It is not equipped with any facilities.See more
El Focarón

El Focarón

Small beach made up of skittles and with strong waves. Little frequented by the public.See more
La Espasa

La Espasa

Located at the mouth of the river Espasa, which divides the municipalities of Caravia (right) and Colunga (left). A long beach made up of golden sand and offering a good level of services.See more
El Garruncho

El Garruncho

Small cove of boulders and rocks, located to the west of the breakwater of the entrance channel to the port of S. Esteban de Pravia.See more
Porcía

Porcía

Small beach with good services and located in beautiful surroundings.See more
La Atalaya

La Atalaya

Isolated shell-shaped beach separated from the adjoining beach, La Cazonera, by some islets called “El Paso”. It has no facilities.See more
Guadamía (Aguamía)

Guadamía (Aguamía)

Located at the mouth of the river Guadamía, it is an interesting karst landscape. It has strong waves and currents.See more
La Guardada

La Guardada

Small beach formed by boulders and with strong waves. Little frequented by the public.See more
Las Llanas

Las Llanas

Isolated beach that enjoys great tranquillity. Nestled in an attractive cliff landscape, it is accessed via a long staircase.See more
Xilo (Veneiro)

Xilo (Veneiro)

Small beach adjoining Aguilar beach to the east which, in terms of services, benefits from its proximity to the latter.See more
Xan-Xun

Xan-Xun

Isolated beach of small size, made up of gravel and with a low level of occupation. It has no infrastructures.See more
El Moro (Pe√Īafurada)

El Moro (Pe√Īafurada)

Adjacent to that of Navia, it is a beach of coarse dark sand with a medium level of occupation.See more
Fabal

Fabal

Small shell-shaped beach surrounded by cliffs, adjacent to the Frejulfe beach. It is not very crowded and has a strong swell.See more
Frejulfe (Frexulfe)

Frejulfe (Frexulfe)

Extensive sandy area with a dune system, close to the fishing village of Puerto de Vega. It has strong waves, with the right-hand side being the most suitable for bathing.See more
Navia

Navia

A sandy beach formed at the mouth of the River Navia. It is very popular due to its proximity to the town of the same name and offers good facilities.See more
El Oso

El Oso

The beach is surrounded by high cliffs that form an interesting landscape but make it difficult to access on foot. Access, either by a steep path from Pimiango, or from La Franca beach at low tide.See more
La Franca

La Franca

Located at the mouth of the Cabra river, it has fine white sand, a large number of visitors and a good level of services.See more
Mendía (Regolguero)

Mendía (Regolguero)

It is surrounded by cliffs and this quiet beach is only accessible at low tide. It has no facilities.See more
Arra

Arra

Beach bordering the council of Llanes made up of boulders and rocks in an area of cliffs. Suitable diving area.See more
La Atalaya

La Atalaya

Small cove adjacent to the port of Ribadesella. Easily accessible on foot from the town centre.See more
Santa Marina

Santa Marina

Beach located in the town of Ribadesella, with an important tourist offer and an interesting cultural legacy. Good level of facilities.See more
Vega (Berbes)

Vega (Berbes)

Extensive beach that forms a landscape of interest due to the cliffs and the dune complex, for which it was named a “Natural Monument”.See more
El Figo (El Figu)

El Figo (El Figu)

Small pebble cove located in a rocky environment with cliffs, with difficult access.See more
El Murallón

El Murallón

Small beach located in beautiful surroundings. It has good services, some of which are shared with the Playa Grande beach, which it borders to the south, and high occupancy.See more
Salmoriera (El Barrigón)

Salmoriera (El Barrigón)

Small shell-shaped beach with golden sand. Very touristy and of medium attendance, it is located next to La Isla beach, with which it shares some services.See more
La Paloma (Esteiro)

La Paloma (Esteiro)

A beach of fine sand located in a rugged setting.See more
Huelgues

Huelgues

Beach in the surroundings of the residential town of Perlora, with a medium level of occupation. It is sandy and has only a few facilities.See more
La Reburdia (Urbanización Entreplayas)

La Reburdia (Urbanización Entreplayas)

This small beach is mainly used by the inhabitants of the residential area where it is located. With fine sand, it is nestled between steep cliffs in a rocky environment.See more
Sancidiello

Sancidiello

Located to the east of Cape Vidío, it is one of the beaches lying at the foot of impressive vertical cliffs in the surroundings of this Cape.See more
Mexota (A Mixota)

Mexota (A Mixota)

It is a beach of great beauty, with crystal-clear waters and an original islet that divides the beach in two in a north-south direction.See more
Gradas

Gradas

This beach is located in the area of the important vertical cliffs to the east of Cape Vidío.See more
Pantorgas (Santa Gadea)

Pantorgas (Santa Gadea)

A secluded beach, located between the cliffs. With fine golden sand, it has some islets that are home to protected and endangered species. It is a good area for underwater fishing and surfing.See more
Pumarín

Pumarín

Located in the western part of the council, it is part of the group of beaches in the town of Santa Marina.See more
Represas

Represas

A beach of little interest, located between cliffs and with no services.See more
El Aguaduz

El Aguaduz

Beach located in an interesting landscape with coves, rocky outcrops and abundant vegetation, situated in the western part of the council and in the town of Ballota.See more
Sarello (Sareyo)

Sarello (Sareyo)

Located in a large sandy area adjacent to Serantes beach on its western side, it enjoys a pleasant rural setting, where the permanent green of the meadows contrasts with the golden sand and the slate grey of the local materials.See more
El Serrón

El Serrón

This pebble beach is located on the north side of Cape Busto, at the foot of an important cliff.See more
Serantes

Serantes

It is a rustic beach with a very wide stretch of fine golden sand. It is a quiet beach, not excessively frequented.See more
La Losera

La Losera

A small cove of pebbles and stones, located to the west of the town of Puerto de Vega.See more
Barayo (La Vega)

Barayo (La Vega)

Barayo beach in Valdés is a 670 metre long sandy beach.See more
Coedo

Coedo

A small, secluded cove of pebbles and sand, located in the vicinity of the town of Andés.See more
Bozo

Bozo

It is a small isolated beach located in the western part of Cabo Busto, with a formation of boulders and moderate waves.See more
Monellos

Monellos

It is surrounded by low cliffs at the bottom of a beautiful cove located to the west of the town of Viavélez.See more
Cadavedo (La Ribeirona)

Cadavedo (La Ribeirona)

It is a rural beach, in the shape of a shell, with a high level of occupation during the summer season.See more
Campiecho

Campiecho

Isolated beach, with bowls, little frequented by the public. It has no services.See more
Carretón (Cabretón)

Carretón (Cabretón)

Isolated beach with difficult access on foot, made up of skittles and not very popular with the public.See more
Castiel

Castiel

A cove wedged between cliffs that is difficult to access, which means that it is practically unused by bathers.See more
Chousera

Chousera

This is a small beach made up of skittles, with a strong swell and low occupancy.See more
Churín (Serón)

Churín (Serón)

A very difficult beach to access, made up of pebbles, with a strong swell. No services and low occupancy.See more
Playa de Cueva (La Arena)

Playa de Cueva (La Arena)

More frequented beach than others in the area due to its proximity to the town of Cueva. It offers few facilities.See more
Fontanecha

Fontanecha

Small beach, difficult to access (access is via a cliff of about 75 m.), with low occupancy, used practically only by fishermen.See more
La Escaladina

La Escaladina

Small rocky cove with strong waves, little frequented by the public except by local fishermen.See more
La Herbosa

La Herbosa

The difficult access and the strong waves make this beach very little frequented by the public.See more
Las Arreas

Las Arreas

It is located immediately to the east of the Luarca lighthouse in an environment degraded by the emission of urban waste.See more
Los Molinos

Los Molinos

This beach is located to the west of Cape Busto, and owes its name to the buildings that used to take advantage of the water from the Ricante stream that runs through it to the sea. Isolated and rugged, with difficult access on foot and strong waves, it is frequented by fishermen….See more
Los Molinos (Cutín)

Los Molinos (Cutín)

Located to the east of Cape Busto between the beaches of Santana and Perceberos, its difficult access means that its public is almost exclusively made up of fishermen from the area.See more
Perceberos (La Estaca)

Perceberos (La Estaca)

This beach is set in a magnificent landscape within the Protected Landscape of the Western Coast, but access to it is quite difficult.See more
El Cuerno

El Cuerno

Small shell-shaped beach made up of gravel and dark sand.See more
Chouréu

Chouréu

Rocky cove located between Punta de Santa Ana and Punta La Osa.See more
Escanu

Escanu

Urban beach located in the town centre of Lastres, next to the port.See more
Picón

Picón

A small, beautiful cove with small boulders, which can be reached on foot from Los Molinos. It has strong waves and not many people. It is located immediately to the west of Cueva beach.See more
Plumineru (Quintana)

Plumineru (Quintana)

It is an isolated and quiet beach made up of skittles with a strong swell and no services of any kind.See more
Portizuelo

Portizuelo

Nestled in a landscape of great beauty formed by large rocks and cliffs, it has a higher level of occupation than other beaches in the area.See more
Primera y Segunda de Luarca

Primera y Segunda de Luarca

Arenal is the urban beach of the town of Luarca and is very popular with tourists in summer. It has good facilities and a wide range of hotels and restaurants.See more
Punxeo (El Ferreiro)

Punxeo (El Ferreiro)

Located within the Protected Landscape of the Western Coast, it is not very popular and has no infrastructures.See more
Ribón

Ribón

A beach of great beauty, with few services and little occupation, located between high cliffs.See more
Sabugo

Sabugo

It is a shell-shaped beach with dark sand and strong waves, which can be reached on foot along a path that descends the cliffs.See more
Santa Ana

Santa Ana

Located in the surroundings of Cabo Busto, it forms an interesting landscape and is not very popular with the public.See more
Tablizo

Tablizo

A long, straight beach of sand and pebbles, with cliffs that reach a height of 100 m. It is part of the Protected Landscape of the Western Coast.See more