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Accessible beaches of Asturias

Accessible beaches of Asturias

Beaches with adapted services

Accessible beaches of Asturias

Beaches with adapted services

So that we can all enjoy our beaches, the Government of the Principality of Asturias is gradually providing more services to the sandy areas, so that people with reduced mobility can access the shore with ease and bathe in complete safety.

Enjoy all the leisure, nature and the best adapted beaches distributed throughout the Asturian coast.


We offer you a list of all the beaches with adapted services; most have reserved parking lots, ramps and special footbridges for wheelchairs, shady places, adapted cabins and support staff. In addition, some have amphibian chairs and crutches.

Beaches accessible Carreño

· Beach of Candás: buoys and nets, walkways, bathroom support personnel, ramps and amphibious chairs.
· Beach of Carranque: bathroom support personnel and ramps.
· Beach of Huelgues: bathroom support personnel and ramps.
· Beach of La Palmera: buoys and nets, showers, walkways, bathroom support personnel, ramps, amphibious chairs, changing rooms and toilets.
· Beach of Xivares: showers, bathroom support personnel, ramps, changing rooms and WC.

Accessible beaches Castropol

· Castropol beach: showers, walkways, ramps, changing rooms and WC.

Accessible beaches Colunga

· Beach of La Griega: showers, walkways and WC.

Accessible beaches Cudillero

· Beach of San Pedro de la Bocamar. Beach with blue flag. Showers, walkways, support staff to the bathroom, ramps, amphibious chairs, changing rooms and WC.

Accessible beaches Gijón

· Beach of the Arbeyal: walkways, ramps and WC.
· Poniente Beach: buoys and nets, walkways, bathroom support personnel, ramps, amphibious chairs and WC.
· San Lorenzo beach: buoys and nets, walkways, ramps and WC.

Accessible beaches Llanes

· Beach of Barro. Beach with blue flag. Buoys and nets, support personnel to the bath, ramps, amphibious chairs and WC.
· Beach of El Sablón. Beach with blue flag. Buoys and nets. WC.
· Las Cámaras Beach - Palombina. Beach with blue flag. Buoys and nets, ramps, umbrella area.
· Toró beach: buoys and nets, showers, bath support personnel, ramps, amphibious chairs and WC.

Accessible beaches Muros del Nalón

· Aguilar Beach: amphibious chairs.

Accessible beaches Ribadesella

· Ribadesella beach: buoys and nets, showers, NOVAF machine, walkways, bathroom support personnel, ramps, amphibious chairs, changing rooms and WC.
Arenal certified by the Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (Aenor).
· Beach of Vega: walkways and WC.

Text: © Ramón Molleda for desdeasturias.com


coordinates Latitude: 43.5419540 Length: -5.6579485 qualifying.

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