An hour and a half is hardly enough to complete this short route from the North to the South or vice versa to the village of Puertas de Vidiago.
We leave the N-634 behind and begin to go into the village. Then we cross to local path with buildings on both sides. On our left is a bowling alley, in fact, bowling is very famous in this area. On the outskirts of this village, next to the cemetery, a new path starts alongside this coastal route, characterized by its fine, white sand. From here to the bufones will take a quarter of an hour. From here we have a wonderful view of the mountains, from the horizon up to Andrín, one of the most beautiful beaches of Llanes. Hidden and separated, yet connected by short paths, the wells and cracks carved by the sea over the centuries open out to the sky.
In order to see the waves leaping, the Cantabrian needs to be choppy and at high tide. If the water is roaring, it jumps up, crashing against the limestone walls, just opposite us. It is advisable to observe this phenomenon from a safe distance.
If we keep to this route we cross the N-634 and follow a new ascending path. Here we observe the ancient wealth of the village of Llanes, and only twenty minutes from here we can admire the idol of Peña You. A figure carved on mysterious rock and shaped by strong winds. Este Bronze Age rock represents one of the best surviving symbols from that age, together with some paintings and engravings on the surroundings. On this "rock" appears an abstract image of a being: the supposed idol, one meter tall and geometrically balanced. From this anatomy we can make a complete face with eyes and nose, the rest of the body appears to be covered with clothes. The engraving is deeply carved with strong colors, and contains a weapon, possibly a sword which is by his side. On the other side we notice the figures of several men walking. One of them is carrying a large stick in his right hand. All of these symbols refer to hierarchy, hunting and battle between violent men of the age. These elements represented well the old methods of survival which paved the way for the first developments in the history of the council.