Surely, if everyone experienced the feeling of freedom that nudism offers, there would be many more naturist beaches. Luckily, fans of this practice in Spain do not have it too difficult to find beaches where it is accepted to go without a swimsuit, whether they are within the law or not.
One of the autonomous communities of our country where it is possible to find quite a few nudist beaches is in Asturias. The best of all, yes, is that it is extremely beautiful beaches. Whoever has had the opportunity to bathe in the waters of the Asturian Cantabrian will know what we are talking about. What we’re going to do today at Vuela Viajes is show you some of the best nudist beaches in Asturias . Would you like to join us?
One of the best known nudist beaches in Asturias is Torimbia. Located in the area of the Protected Landscape of the Eastern Coast, this beach in Llanes, 500 meters long and 100 meters wide, shaped like a shell, is one of the most beautiful in the entire Cantabrian Sea. It offers white sands and extremely clean waters, as well as spectacular views from the parking lot. Of course, you must bear in mind that it is also very visited by the public who wears a swimsuit.
We continue our tour of the most beautiful nudist beaches in Asturias in Tapias de Casariego, very close to Galicia. Divided in two by a large islet, this beach stands out, above all, for its crystal clear waters. It is protected by high cliffs and its sand is white. The only bad thing is that the access is quite complicated, although the path is really worth it. In addition, thanks to this isolation the beach has remained intact.
The next beach on our list is Playón de Bayas, an extensive sandy area located in the town of Soto del Barco. The nudist part of the beach is at the eastern end and is known as Los Requexinos . Both this corner and the rest of the beach stand out for the natural beauty of its surroundings, with dark golden sands and strong waves.
San Martin Beach
Nor could the San Martín Beach, which is located in Llanes, be missing from this list. It is an almost virgin beach with no equipment that is also very frequented by surfers due to its strong waves . Perhaps the most surprising thing about the beach are the remains of the hermitage of San Martín, which is Romanesque in style.
San Martín beach joins Portiellu beach at low tide, forming a truly virgin beach. Located on the western part of the cliffs, it offers spectacular views. In front, a beautiful fort serves as a home for numerous birds. Of course, you must bear in mind that at high tide it is completely covered.
We also want to tell you about Peñarrubia Beach, located on the outskirts of Gijón. It is quite narrow and is surrounded by cliffs of great value, since they are home to fossil richness. The downside of this sandy and gravel beach is that its access can be dangerous due to landslides that have occurred more than once. On the other hand, you should know that it is ideal for practicing water sports such as diving, surfing, windsurfing or underwater fishing.
Another beach that cannot be missed on the list is Serín, an isolated beach located 5 kilometers from Gijón. Although the stretch of sand is quite scarce and bathing can be dangerous due to the rocky bottom, spending a day on this nudist beach is really worth it.
Finally, we are going to talk about Playa del Silencio, which is located in Cudillero. Its beauty is indisputable, but it is so popular that it is usually very crowded.