If you want a gentle stroll along the cliff tops, a couple of sandy beaches for an enticing swim and stunning views of the coastline and the Picos, this walk is a must. If the tide is not too far in you can start the walk along the edge of the beach passing by some […]
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This is a lovely coastal walk which takes you round the stunning beach of Torimbia. Stunning not (just) because it’s a nudist beach but because of its semicircular shape surrounded by steep green slopes and with its golden sands gently caressed by the breaking waves. This is my favourite beach to go swimming in; I […]
There is something very satisfying about walking to the sea from the mountains and Playa La Vega where this walk takes you is a lovely wild sandy beach. The first hour of the walk is the hardest as you climb continually along quiet lanes. I started the walk quite early in the morning and I […]
It was about nine o’clock in the morning and as I changed into my walking gear I was passed by a number of well built walkers, all in their late fifties or early sixties. They were ladened with 60 to 70 litre rucksacks and wearing the shell which symbolises the Camino de Santiago or Pilgrims […]