13 oct. 2013


Unspoilt beach, divided by a rocky outcrop in two different sections that join together at low tide. Incredible landscape, with 90m high cliffs covered by lush vegetation.

Last visited: september 2012

Playa nudista Aguilera (Asturias)

How to get there
It is quite difficult, since there isn't any sign. From Aviles, take the road to Cabo Peñas. You have to find a bus stop after San Martin de Podes and then turn left into small road between some houses. Turn left again towards the sea. There is a house at the end, and you have to park there. Walk along the unpaved path on your right for 200m until a bend to the right. There, go uphill the short path on your left that takes you to the edge of the cliff, where you can finally see the beach.
The way down starts there. It is complicated and very narrow. There are sections with stone steps and other quite steep. It divides close to the beach. To your left, the easy way to the longest section; to your right, a path almost dissapeared after a landslide in 2011 that takes to the small beach.

The beach
A single beach at low tide, it is divided into two parts when the water reaches the rocky promontory in the middle.
The one on the left is quite long, but not very wide at high tide. Steep at the beginning, then stays flat, so you have to walk until the water is deep enough to swim. The right side, where the path finishes, is sandy, while in the other end big rocks emerge from the sand.
The beach on the right is smaller, more private. Here, isolated by the cliffs and the sea, you can feel apart from the world. At high tide there is more space than on the other side, even with the rocks fallen in the last years, but sometimes it can be overcrowded.

Nothing at all.

Both halves are overwhlemingly nudists. 90% of sunbathers are naked, maybe with the exception of those that arrive walking from the near Carniciega beach (this is possible only at very low tide).

I like:
  • The views at sunset, with the white cliffs of Peñas cape in the background
  • The calm
  • Two different beaches just one step away
I don't like:
  • The way down to the beach, extremely steep and difficult
  • In the afternoon, shadows cover quickly the beach

About the Author

Nat Biss

Author & Editor

I have dedicated most of my free time in the last years to discover the world, and beaches offer some of the most stunning landscapes on Earth. The next step was to enjoy them as naturally as possible, which obviously mean without clothes. Now I think it is time for me to share this liberating experience and try to help others to discover it.

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