Poo Island and Almenada Beach, Llanes
del
mail
loading...
Loading ...

Panoramabillede af Inaki Rezola EXPERT Taget 15:42, 27/07/2007 - Views loading...

Advertisement

Poo Island and Almenada Beach, Llanes

The World > Europe > Spain > Northern Spain > Asturias

Tags: landmark

  • Like / unlike
  • thumbs up
  • thumbs down

Poo Island Llanes'e cliffy coastline is full of small beaches that appear and disappear as the tides come up and down. Little islands or boulders -called 'castros' by the locals- may also be found.
This is a green and lush landscape, more reminiscent of Britain or Ireland that the Spanish Mediterranean coastline.

comments powered by Disqus

Billeder tæt på Asturias

map

A: Poo Island and reefs, Celorio-Poo, Llanes

Af Inaki Rezola, 200 meter væk

Poo Island Poo Island may be reached on foot from San Martin beach or climbing down the cliffs in fro...

Poo Island and reefs, Celorio-Poo, Llanes

C: Portiellu Beach, Celorio, Llanes

Af Inaki Rezola, 800 meter væk

Llanes'e cliffy coastline is full of small beaches that appear and disappear as the tides come up and...

Portiellu Beach, Celorio, Llanes

D: San Martin Beach, Celorio, Llanes

Af Inaki Rezola, 820 meter væk

San Martin Beach The outer part of the beach is only apparent when the tide is low. Of pedestrian acc...

San Martin Beach, Celorio, Llanes

E: San Martin Beach, Celorio, Llanes

Af Inaki Rezola, 820 meter væk

San Martin Beach The outer part of the beach is only apparent when the tide is low. Of pedestrian acc...

San Martin Beach, Celorio, Llanes

F: San Martin Beach, Celorio, Llanes

Af Inaki Rezola, 820 meter væk

San Martin Beach The outer part of the beach is only apparent when the tide is low. Of pedestrian acc...

San Martin Beach, Celorio, Llanes

I: Beaches in Celorio, Llanes

Af Inaki Rezola, 1.6 km væk

Beaches in Celorio Llanes'e cliffy coastline is full of small beaches that appear and disappear as th...

Beaches in Celorio, Llanes

Dette panorama blev taget i Asturias

Dette er et overblik over Asturias

Historically isolated from the rest of Spain by its high mountains, Asturias claims to be a Natural Paradise. It hosts many World Heritage features and gets world wide media coverage every year when the 'Prince of Asturias Awards' winners' names are announced.

Del dette panorama