LLANES COASTAL COTTAGE is ready to receive families who want to enjoy the coast of Llanes. Functional, 3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom, modern lounge on the ground floor. Open kitchen. Everything you need. From one of the rooms we see the river, from other rooms there is a mountain view. Parking. The sea is nearby with access to the beaches of Torimbia and Toranda (200 m). Small pets, ask. It is located in Niembro Llanes cost area. Golf, Horse, Marina, Surf Paddles .. very close. GREAT VALUE PROPERTY.
HOUSE: The Coast House Niembro is a real gem thanks to its spectacular location in front of the beautiful coast of Llanes. To get to the dunes, cliffs and secluded beaches of fine sand you have only a few fields to cross. The house is in the middle of the beach: just get out of the centre and you will find the first fields.The house has three bedrooms, with double bed, a living room with a modern kitchen, and a bathroom. In an open space there is a dinning room, a lounge and the kitchen. From the superior rooms you can enjoy a stunning views of river and mountains. The beach and ocean of Torimbia and the famous rocks of Llanes are close (300 yards). Being near the end of the road, the scenery of the countryside and the Asturian protected area is also seen.
LOCATION: Located on a steep bluff at the foot of the Picos de Europa mountains, with direct beach access.Santander 92 km, Bilbao 200 km, Gijón 84 kms.
There are direct ferries to Gijon form Saint Nazare (France), Santander and Bilbao from Plymouth and Southampton (Great Britain). You will fell like in Great Britain but with more sun and warmer water in the beach.
LLANES (the Concejo de Llanes is a municipality of the province of Asturias, in northern Spain. Stretching for about 30 km along the coast at the extreme east of the province, Llanes is bounded to the south by the high ridge of the limestone Sierra del Cuera, which rises to over 1,100 m. The region is part of the Costa Verde (Green Coast) of Spain, which is known for its spectacular coastal scenery, with 32 white sand beaches, and mountains covered with a deep green mantle. Llanes lies to the north of the Picos de Europa, a mountain range whose geology is almost entirely of limestone karst.
Most of the inhabitants of the district live on the coastal plain, on which the largest town is Llanes itself, with a population of about 4,000 out of the total for the district of about 13,000. The folklore, food, and fiestas of the region are famous for their colour and history.
Torimbia is one of the most beautiful beaches along the Llaniscan coast. It has been popular since the 1960s because it is also a nudist beach. Access to the beach is via the village of Niembro, along the asphalted path towards the hill at the top of the Cape of Prieto. This area is used as a car park. From here a pedestrian walkway goes down to the beach.
Torimbia is classified as a natural beach since it is surrounded by spectacular countryside and has cliffs of more than 50 metres in height, which form part of the north face of the flat sierra called Los Llanos. The beach has life guards, danger signs a Red Cross post and beach cleaning services as well as a refreshments stall in the high season.
Mountains: From all of the district of Llanes the view to the south is dominated by the limestone mountain wall, which rises steeply to 744 m at L'Abá.
Many visitors, however, do not realize that the ridge forming the wall shields the view of the higher Sierra del Cuera above of which the highest point (in Llanes) is La Peña Blanca, 1177 m. Between the two ridges there are hidden valleys, draining into cave systems. The largest of these valleys is La Llosa de Viango. Unlike the heights of the Picos de Europa further to the south, these valleys are green and pastoral. All this mountains are in turn part of the Cordillera Cantábrica, which runs across most of the north and northwest of Spain.
The distance between the House and Bulnes is 51 kms what makes the house an excellent spot for climbing and trekking in the Picos de Europa. Since there are few hours Bulnes Stepped up Torrecerredo , 2648 meters above sea level . Here you can find snow in winter and sometimes also in summer.
Caves: The district contains numerous caves, including a site of archaeological interest at Nueva, and the Cueva Bolado near La Pereda which also contains ancient art as well as open passages.
In Llanes itself, the patron saint of the town, Nuestra Señora del Concejo, is celebrated with a Fiesta on 15 August. In addition, there are three big summer Fiestas in the town: 22 July La Magdalena, 16 August San Roque, and 8 September La Guía. These Fiestas are independently organized by three groups, known as "Bandos", with followers in the Llanes population; these have a long and well-known rivalry, and each tries every year to outdo the others and stage the best festivities.
Outside the town, the various parishes and localities in the district celebrate the usual diversity of Fiestas in honour of their patron saints, with emphasis on La Hoguera ("The bonfire"), which consists of the felling of a mountain eucalyptus which is then erected in the village after removing the branches and bark. This is celebrated in several villages, including Celorio, Balmori, and Pancar (where they carry out the entire ritual without the help of their neighbours).
Also famous is the Noche de las Brujas of Barro (a very traditional and popular celebration centred on Asturian mythology), as is the celebration of Santa Ana, the patron saint of Naves, thanks to the free concert given by popular musicians.
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