Portiellu Beach, Celorio, Llanes
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Panoramic photo by Inaki Rezola EXPERT Taken 14:16, 27/08/2006 - Views loading...

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Portiellu Beach, Celorio, Llanes

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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.

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This panorama was taken in Asturias

This is an overview of 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.

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