The beach of Buelna is flirty, wild in good part, at high tide it has a pool effect almost without waves, since the water enters a long natural channel that protects it and that makes it safe. It's about 600 m. of the town, where we recommend you leave your vehicle because although there is road access, in the vicinity of the beach there is no where to leave the car parked.
At the easternmost tip of the Llanes council is the town of Buelna, at the foot of the Sierra de la Borbolla and 14 km. of Llanes. Buelna preserves the palace that belonged to the Count del Valle de Pendueles (18th century), and the Conceyu house, with a medieval bell tower. The town also has a number of traditional Asturian houses, with its wooden corridor, it has a chapel of souls, bowling and various tourist services.
The nearby geological complex of Cobijeru is located in the vicinity of the Buelna beach, includes Las Acacias beach and Cobijeru cave. It is necessary to take east direction from the town to arrive, has pedestrian access only, a few 10 minutes walking through meadows to discover this extraordinary inland beach.
More info Cobijeru beach
Composition: White sand
Signposted accesses: Yes
Signs of rescue: No
Access adapted for the disabled: Yes
Public telephones: No
Rental of umbrellas and hammocks: No
Diving areas: No
Distance Llanes: 14 km.
Distance Ribadesella: 50 km.