This beach is located in the eastern part of the council of Llanes, is the closest to the population of Vidiago and is also known as Novales or Bretones.
The beach of Vidiago has an area of 20.000 square meters split into two by a rocky ledge, breaking the line of cliffs from the mouth of the River Purón.
One of the peculiarities of the beach is that at high tide, there are two, however, when the tide is low you can go from one to the other walking. The one that we find arriving by car is the one that has a lot of stone and is always less frequented.
The beauty and spaciousness of the beach, together with the fact of being close to the well-known idol of Peña Tu make it a very popular place in the summer.
Accesses: With car
Composition: Gravel / White sand
Bathroom: Strong waves / Suction
Signposted accesses: Yes
Signs of rescue: Yes
Access adapted for the disabled: No
Public telephones: Yes
Rental of umbrellas and hammocks: No
Diving areas: No
Ribadesella / Distance: 50 km.Text: © Ramón Molleda for desdeasturias.com