Playa de Gulpiyuri, Llanes
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
A favorite among visitors, Playa de Gulpiyuri is a beach that appears to have sprung up in the middle of a field. The pool of water is fed through a system of underground caverns from the Cantabrian Sea, and small waves actually appear. This site is a protected area and a natural monument. Check the tide tables, because the beach is accessible only at low tide. When the tide comes back in, walk the trail across the field to the sea and enjoy the more typical beaches. Take a look at our Llanes trip itinerary builder to schedule your visit to Playa de Gulpiyuri and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
La playa no es algo que nos llame la atención... igual estamos acostumbrados a otras cosas... pero si tienes tiempo si que recomiendo verla!Beach is not something that calls attention to us... we're just accustomed to other things... but if you have time if I recommend seeing it!show original
Es uno de las playas más curiosa que he visto, apartada, muy pintoresca y con poco aforo, desde luego que es lugar bonito para visitar.Is one of the beaches most curious I've seen, secluded, very picturesque and with low capacity, certainly it is nice place to visit.show original
Decepciona un poco al conocerlo, por la publicidad y comentarios parece mucho más de lo que en realidad es.A bit disappointed to know it, advertising and comments it seems much more than it actually is.show original
Victoria Valle Lara
Muy bonita aunque llena de gente
Ramón LestónBeach is an interesting quirk of nature ybonito, but should improve the adcesos both there as in the castro of Seagulls that is almost to the side and is one of the most beautiful of Spain on the coast.show original
BelsayThe enclave is singular and due to a geological phenomenon known as "dolina". Its origin lies in the erosion of the sea on the limestone rocks of the cliff; result of this is creating a cave towards the inside (of about 100 metres in this case) that linked to the collapse of its final part, it gives rise to this hollow which continues to receive the tidal flow. However, in recent times the great affluence of public, exceeding the capacity of the small beach, has made her lose part of its charm.show original
Dav BoullosaWhat you don't expect: a beach with no coastline. Nice place to visit.show original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.