If we take a walk by the sea on the way to the lighthouse, along the San Antón promenade, we come across the "net clothesline" -a series of concrete pillars and beams, built in the mid-XNUMXth century, without much use- , and a little further on we discover the beach of Puerto Chico. It is an urban beach within the Eastern Coast of Asturias, also called the Asturian Green Coast and is considered a protected landscape.
It has easy access, also wheeled. It has stairs and a ramp to the sand itself, showers, litter bins and cleaning service. A piece of advice to keep in mind: it is essential to look at the tide table before going, since when the tide is high the beach disappears completely.
We can take a nice walk Toro beach, there are about 500 meters that will take us about 7 minutes walking.
Eastern Beach of Asturias. Toró beach in Llanes is 220 meters long by 40 meters wide…
Toró is a beach of golden sand with those pointed rocks that make it so recognizable, they appear on the surface and make it very unique. A highly recommended visit.
Text: © Ramón Molleda for asturias.com