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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

The water temperature varies between 11 ºC in winter and 19 ºC in summer. These temperatures are subject to changes according to the presence of warmer or cooler currents in the sea.

BEACHES

Llanes has the greatest number of beaches of any municipality in Asturias. The beaches are situated along the 56km of coastline in the borough of Llanes.

There are beaches to suit every taste: near the town and well populated, out in the wilds and seldom visited, large, small, open and enclosed, sheltered or open to the weather, with or without a river, sandy, rocky etc. The beaches at Toró y Palombina has been awarded the Q for Quality award.

Oficina de Turismo de Llanes

C/ Marqués de Canillejas, 1 (Antigua Lonja del Pescado). 33500 Llanes (Asturias)

985 400 164http://www.llanes.esturismo@ayuntamientodellanes.com

  • Playas, mareas y temperatura del agua

    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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  • Beach of Sorraos

    Beach of Sorraos

    Located close to the beach of Barro, it's a 70 m. wide beach and pedestrian access

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  • Playa de Troenzo

    Beach of Troenzo

    It's a 130 m. wide cove, located 100 m. from the road and between Barro and Celorio

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  • Guadamía

    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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  • Playa de Andrín

    The beach at Andrín

    Semi circular in shape, this beach is 240 metres in length. You can get to it along the roadway from the village of Andrín. There is a car park, rescue services, a Red Cross post, a beach clearing service, waste bins and a refreshments stall.

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  • Playa de Antilles

    The beach at Antilles

    The beach here is 150 metres long and can be found at the end of the Paseo de San Antón (St. Anthony´s Walk) in Llanes itself. It is located on the right hand side as you look at the light house from the pavement. It completes the group of urban beaches within the town of Llanes.

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  • Playa de Ballota

    The beach at Ballota

    This is classified as a natural beach, perfectly shell shaped and some 350 metres in length. It is close to the village of Cué. From the village you continue along the road, heading east, away from Llanes. This is the road which goes up to the viewing point at La Boriza.

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  • Plage de Barro

    The beach at Barro

    The beach has received the Blue flag award. It is situated near the village of the same name and is one of the most popular and well used beaches along the Llaniscan coast. This is due to its high quality, its services and its accessibility.

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  • Playa de Borizu

    The beach at Borizu

    This is a semi natural beach since it is less developed than Celorio. It is about 400 metres in length and is situated in a largely residential zone close to Celorio and close to the area where the campsites are.

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  • Playa de Buelna

    The beach at Buelna

    This is classified aas a natural beach both because its great beauty and its marvellous countryside. It was formed as a result of a group of various depressions in the limestone. There is an enormous pinacle, locally called, “El Picón”, the Great Peak.

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  • Playa de Cobijeru

    The beach at Cobijeru

    Again towards the east, this beach can be accessed from the village of Buelna, (even though in this case you have to use a foot path.) Here you can see the extraordinary limestone area, componed of the beach, the bufones and the cave, which has been declared a Natural Monument (The Natural Resour

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  • The beach at Cuevas del Mar

    The Beach at Cuevas del Mar: The is a real marvel of a beach with rocks sculpted by the sea, fine sand and transparent waters. It is located about 1.5 km from Villanueva where it is possible to see various examples of Indiano architecture.  

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  • Playa del Sablón

    The beach at El Sablón

    This is the main beach in the town of Llanes. It is only 100 metres in length, but has fine sand, calm waters and a gentle semi-circualr shape. It is very close to the centre of the town, along the avenue which shares its name. On the left hand side of the beach you find St.

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  • Playa de Gulpiyuri

    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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  • Playa de La Huelga

    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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  • Playa de Palombina

    The Beach at Palombina

    Palombina and Las Cámaras, despite being separate by an island, can be considered as the same beach. They measure about 300 metres and 100 metres in length, respectively. Because they are situated close to Celorio, they have been designated as urban beaches.

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  • Playa de Pendueles

    The beach at Pendueles

    Towards the east is the beach at Pendueles, next to the village which shares its name. Access to the beach is via a footpath. At low tide it can be seen to be linked to the island of Los Picones.

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  • Playa de Poo

    The Beach at Poo

    The beach has been designated as a semi natural beach. It can be found along the right hand side of the cove which has been formed by the river Vallina. The beach is separated from the open sea and access to the sea is via a narrow pathway through the rocks.

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  • Playa de Puertu Chicu

    The beach at Puerto Chico

    The beach here is 150 metres long and can be found at the end of the Paseo de San Antón (St. Anthony´s Walk) in Llanes itself. It is located on the right hand side as you look at the light house from the pavement. It completes the group of urban beaches within the town of Llanes.

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  • Playa de Puertu Secu

    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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  • Playa de San Antolín

    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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  • Playa de San Antonio (Picones)

    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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  • Playa de San Martín

    The beach at San Martín

    Access to this beach is on foot. It can be found in the stretch of coast between Poo and Celorio. You can get to the beach along almost any coastal or agricultural track from either of the two villages. This is a totally natural beach and does not have any services.

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  • Playa de Sevalle

    The Beach at Sevalle

    Placed in Niembro, it's a 50 m. wide cove. It's united to Toranda beach when the tide comes in. It has pedestrian access and wild environment.

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  • Playa de Sevalle

    The Beach at Sevalle

    Placed in Niembro, it's a 50 m. wide cove. It's united to Toranda beach when the tide comes in. It has pedestrian access and wild environment.

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  • Playa de Toranda

    The beach at Toranda

    Regarded as a natural beach, it has a car park, a refreshments stall, a life guard team, a Red Cross post and danger signals as well as a beach clearing service, showers, waste bins and telephones. It has been repeatedly awarded the Blue Flag of the European Community.

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  • Playa de Torimbia

    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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  • Playa de Toró

    The beach at Toró

    This is a most spectacularly beautiful beach and has the Q for Quality award. It is shell shaped and 220 metres long. All over the beach there is a series of rock pinacles, which are the remains of the limestone cliffs in the area.

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  • Playa de Vidiago

    The beach at Vidiago

    From the mouth of the river Purón, and to the east of the beach at Andrín,you have to travel a good way along the coast which is made up cliffs, to come to the beach at Vidiago. This is also known as Novales or Bretones. The beach is divided almost in two by a rocky out crop.

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  • Playa del canal

    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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  • Playa de Las Cámaras

    The beach Las Cámaras

    Palombina and Las Cámaras, despite being separate by an island, can be considered as the same beach. They measure about 300 metres and 100 metres in length, respectively. Because they are situated close to Celorio, they have been designated as urban beaches.

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