The beach at Antilles
This shell shaped beach is composed of fine, white sand and is located in a rural area. It is 380 metres long and, at low tide, you can get across to the Islona or Isla Grande (The Great Island.) At high tide the way to the island is covered by generally very calm waters or “natural swimming pools”, a term used by the geographer, Belén Martínez Solar.
The beach does not see a great influx of people during the summer and can be accessed from the village of Cué via a track that, although is passable by vehicles, does not have a car park, due to the classification of this beach as natural.