San Antonio beach is located on the coastal strip of Llanes, among the closest towns are Nueva de Llanes, Ovio and Picones.
The beach is about 70 m. long and about 50 wide, shell shape and calm waters. Of course, we must comment on the lack of equipment and services, we are on a totally wild and natural beach, protected by rocky cliffs. It has gained a considerable influx in recent years, of users fleeing the high occupation that the nearby Cuevas del Mar also registers.
Length: 70 meters
Width: 47 meters
Signposted accesses: No
Rescue signs: No
Parking: Yes. Number of places: 50-100
Accesses adapted for the disabled: No
Rental of umbrellas and hammocks: No
How to get to San Antonio Beach
Access can be done on foot from Cuevas del Mar, just 5 minutes of walking along a path that leads to a farmhouse with horses. We have to cross through the enabled passage, follow the path, visualizing the chapel of San Antonio in the upper part. We have to take the fork to the right.
It also can arrive by car from Nueva de Llanes, cross Ovio and Picones. In this last town you can leave your car, or go ahead and approach the farmhouse and park there, although there is not space for many cars. It is necessary to walk the last few meters.
Text: © Ramón Molleda for asturias.com