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Beaches, the sea and water temperature

The tide goes through a full cycle every 12 hours, more or less, making a total of two low tides and two high tides every 24 hours. There is about 4 metres difference between the low and high tides, when there is a full moon and 1.5 metres when there is a new moon

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The Beach at Aguamía or Guadamía

Situated in Llames de Pría, at the mouth of the Guadamía River, accessible by car, 80 metres long, 500 metres wide.

 

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The Beach at Villanueva


Exceptionally beautiful small beach, situated at the end of a long, narrow canyon, covered with white sand, accessible by car and on foot. It disappears at high tide.

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The Beach at Cuevas del Mar

It is called the Beach of the Sea Caves, due to the carstic cavities typical of the area. Located close to Nueva, accessible by car and equipped with toilets.

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The Beach at Puertu Secu

It's a small beach (35 mtrs. long) near Picones village. Due to its pedestrian access , It's a not very crowded beach.

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The Beach at La Huelga

At the mouth of the San Cecilio River, close to a mill and to Villahormes and Hontoria. Accessible by car.

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The Beach at San Antonio (Picones)

Wild beach near Picones village is separted from the beach of Cuevas del mar by San Antonio point. The beach is 70 m. long,  Shaped as a half circle, it has quite waters, pedestrian access and no facilities.
 

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The Beach at Gulpiyuri

This is probably the most surprising part of the Asturian coast, declared a natural monument. Shaped as a half circle separated from the sea by the shelvings, it is a place where one can bathe without seeing the sea.

 

 

 

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The beach at San Antolín

This is the biggest beach in the borough. It is almost completely straight and measures about 1,200 metres in length and 62 metres in width. It is located at the mouth of the river Bedón, next to the little village of San Antolín.

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The beach at Torimbia

This is one of the most beautiful beaches along the Llaniscan coast. It has been popular since the 1960s because it is also a nudist beach. Access to the beach is via the village of Niembro, along the asphalted path towards the hill at the top of the Cape of Prieto.

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