It lies between the walls of Nalon and Cudillero. A splendid beach of fine white sand with showers, parking, rescue staff in summer and a blue flag. We were recommended to eat at a small hotel, Urzuazu, but we couldn't see it when we arrived we went to Nautico bar instead. We found it expensive but we liked it and did not miss the little hotel. Yet after lunch we went to find it, it looks good, but was even more expensive than the Marina. It is close to the beach and is a great place to get lost.
This beautiful 5k route runs from the Asturian coast at Aguilar Beach to the Nalón town walls. Follow the criss-cross stone tracks that lead up steep hills surrounded by eucalyptus, ferns and pine trees and enjoy the beaches of Biscay in all their glory. The Holy Spirit viewpoint and hermitage will delight those who travel it.
This small beach is next to the famous Aguilar beach. Perhaps for this reason, being attached to this other crowded beach, it almost always has Poquita people on it. As I understand it nudism is allowed and is a real pleasure for the senses to enjoy the landscape, enclosed in rocks, in a small bay with spectacular sea views.
San Esteban de Pravia lighthouse opened in 1945 and has undergone several changes since that time, such as the extension of the dam at the mouth of the Nalón River. The current incarnation dates from 1997 and consists of a simple concrete turret 5 meters high, with a focal plane at 20 meters above sea level, and an optical catoptrics incandescent lamp. The lighthouse is accessible through the village, near the end of the old coal loading docks, which is now used as a sports and leisure area.
The Nalón walls are one of the smaller sights in Asturias. The population of the village considerably increases during the summer, as many people from Asturia and other communities summer here. The provincial capital has the same name as the council, and life revolves around the main square: Plaza del Marqués de Muros. The Church of the Santa Maria and the city council are located here, so, in consideration of artistic interest, it's worth taking a tour of this beautiful villa, stopping along the way to drink a bottle of cider escanciada in one of the square's many terraces.
This picture was taken on the maritime path passing through the Asturian town Muros de Nalon. A path that runs between La Playa de San Juan de Nieva and ends after crossing several viewpoints, beaches and cliffs in Cudillero - one of the most endearing fishing villages on the beautiful Asturian coastline.
Along with the wide mouth of Nalón, this small town offers a nice collection of houses with colorful facades, such as the Junta de Obras del Puerto. If you're fond of industrial archeology you'll have the opportunity to see the remains of the ancient port facilities, including 2 large cranes. Asturias Cottages: Http :/ / www.Toprural.Com/asturias-principado/casas-rurales-asturias_bd-es-33.htm
This little road begins at what is commonly known as Viewpoints Road. After leaving La Plaza del Marqués de Muros, head to the chapel of the Holy Spirit, and at the height of the road, at the house of the Marquis, take the path that leads downhill to the right. Two huge stone walls flanking the road strike the viewer at the beginning of the descent, overflowing with abundant native vegetation, and at the close lies one of the many fountains that dot the council. This is one of the best preserved sites in the council, and has passed through the years virtually intact, preserving its original appearance. The fresh running water has always had a reputation for its high quality, and many people come today to pick it up for consumption. All in all, a nice place to take a walk while savoring each step.
Muros is a small municipality in the central area of Asturias, which retains the charm of the villages bordering northern Cantabria. In 5 km of coastline there are more than 10 beaches of fine sand, rock and scree. The most well known, and accessible by asphalt, is that of Aguilar, a blue-flag community with beautiful surroundings and quality services. There are also numerous unspoiled coves, ideal for lovers of tranquility and La Atalaya nudist beach. Another of its main attractions is the coastal footpath, a walk along the sea that, through the municipality from side to side, so you can finish by cooling off at the beach and go swimming in the salt water pools, which can only be found in Asturias. It's one of the best connected municipalities in Asturias, by land - Cantabrian motorway, by sea - the port of San Esteban, by air - 15 minutes from the airport of Asturias. It also has rail-LVEF-communication and bus lines. There is abundant trade, restaurants, churches, sports, parks, pastries, banks and a fabulous Saturday market.
The keep of the Castle in Soto del Barco was a medieval fort built to defend the inhabitants of the area before the invasions of the northern peoples, who attacked by sea. Even in modern times, there is a barge service to transport passengers and goods from one bank of Nalón to the other. It is a stopping point for pilgrims to Compostela, who once had to take a boat to cross the river.
This small beach is in Muros de Nalón to the left bank of the River Nalón. It's about 50 meters long and 20 meters wide. Despite its small size occupancy is not high, so it's not difficult to find a place to sit if you chose to spend a day at the beach. There is no sand, only stones and gravel, so don't forget a chair!
The Nalón River begins in the port of Tarna and empties into the Nalón walls, which form around the river of the same name. This broad estuary separates the cities of San Esteban de Pravia and San Juan de la Arena, and belongs to the municipalities of the walls and Soto del Barco Nalón. There is no bridge connecting these two river towns, and one must travel a few miles up the road on the N-632 to get from one to the other.
This small chapel presides over the highest point of the coastal path of Muros de Nalón with stunning views over the Bay of Biscay. Its square plan allows access from the path and road, making it a prime location for weddings.
Ruta de los Miradores is about 5 km long, it starts on Aguilar beach and ends at the viewpoint of the Holy Spirit. It is one of the most scenic walks in Asturias. The whole journey is along the sea, among chestnut and pine forests and is dotted with seating areas, gazebos, sheds, and drinking fountains. The views of Biscay which can be seen from any of its many viewpoints are spectacular: The Glayos, Las Llanas, The Watchtower and The Miradorio. The Holy Spirit, one of the most visited, has spectacular coastal views: From Cape Vidío to Faro de Peñas. In this place you have the option to reach the mouth of the river Nalon, down some stairs.