The Spanish coast is beautiful, but those who know the north say it stands out above all else. Perhaps because of the landscapes, because of the bravery of its sea, the color of its waters or the shape of its cliffs and rocks. Come with us to know the most incredible beaches of the Cantabrian. Don't forget the swimsuit!
These are the most beautiful beaches of the Cantabrian
The Cantabrian has so many spectacular beaches that one can hardly say that one is more beautiful than another, and not because beauty is something relative, but because in reality all of them are. Of all of them, we have selected these that you will love:
To MexotaMexota Beach - Adcaba / Flickr.com
It is located in Asturias, near Castropol, a beautiful fishing village that is known to lovers of rural tourism. What makes this beach so special? Well, it is a natural phenomenon where there are.
An islet that seems to have split in two by time and erosion It also makes this beach divided into two parts allowing the entrance to the sea as if it were a large door. A preciousness!
MataleñasMataleñas Beach - Graeme Chuchard / Flickr.com
Finding a beach in the Cantabrian that is not crowded in summer seems like an odyssey. However, here is Mataleñas, near Santander, waiting to be visited. It is a beautiful cove of white sand and turquoise green water, with incredible cliffs that close it.
Why are there so many who don't know such beauty? Possibly because of its access, in which you have to go down more than 150 steps to reach, or worse, the same ones that then have to go up. We recommend that you go with the right thing so that it is not an ordeal. You can arrive by bus or car very easily.
Berria BeachBerría Beach - José Castanedo / Flickr.com
If there were a piece of the Caribbean in the Cantabrian, nobody would deny that it is this beach. It is located in Santoña, a name that may sound familiar to you because of the famous anchovies that are caught in the place. The beach has more than two kilometers of white sand And the color of its waters is impressive.
The surrounding landscape is green and leafy, not to mention the town of Santoña, which is worth a tour. Of course, you must taste its anchovies, its beautiful and its sardines, which are famous throughout the country.
Langre BeachLangre Beach
This beach It is under an incredible 25 meter high cliff, reason why perhaps for years it was exclusively for nudist use. It is located on the coast of Trasmiera and for many it is the most beautiful beach in Cantabria.
For years there are many who have not been able to resist the tranquility of its waters, the softness of its sand and the views of the landscape. Therefore, the influx is increasing and the practice of nudism has been lost.
Oyambre BeachOyambre Natural Park
The Oyambre Natural Park It is famous for its impressive nature, which combines perfectly with small fishing villages in the area, such as Comillas or San Vicente de la Barquera.
At the mouth of the Ría de la Rabia, Oyambre beach is one of the most beautiful in the area, and also of the quietest. Cleaning is something to highlight about her too.
BarayoBarayo Beach - Tuscasasrurales / Flickr.com
For those who like different and original landscapes, this is one of the best beaches in the Cantabrian that they can visit. In it there are marshes, dunes, salt flats and reeds, so to access to the sand you will have to walk on them about thirty minutes.
Yes, you will not find a more rugged and virgin place In which to take a bath. They say the sunsets in the place are one of the most beautiful ever seen.
BallotaBallota Beach - David Acosta Allely
The last of our Cantabrian beaches is in Llanes. It is a horseshoe-shaped cove surrounded by cliffs over 20 meters high. With golden sands and calm waters, an islet in front of her seems to watch her
But this is one of the many beaches of the municipality. Up to thirty beaches are counted in Llanes, of all kinds and characteristics, but all singularly beautiful.
«The real enjoyment is on the beach, in the encounter with the water and with the way in which the sand heals the soul.»
Do you already know which of these Cantabrian beaches you are going to visit first? Go packing and waiting for you. and, if you can, Make a route along the coast to discover them all.