25 sept. 2016

Oleiros

Taking into account that this is a pebbly beach (while most others around are sandy), and that there is a long walk to reach it, it is hardly surprising that Oleiros is not the most visited beach in the area. What a pity for those that miss the astonishing beauty of this beach.

Last visited: august 2016


How to get there

From motorway A-8 take the exit to Salamir / Lamuño. At the tiny roundabout turn left and follow CU-6 to Salamir for 1 km. You have to leave the car in the parking lot of "Area recreativa Monte Valsera", before you reach the village.
To the beach, take the unpaved path at the end of the parking area. It goes down for approximately 1 km to the edge of the cliffs. 



If you don't like walking, it is possible to get to Oleiros beach crossing Lamuño. You have to follow really narrow roads and streets until the last house, but there isn't any sign, so it is very easy to take the wrong way. Anyway, the last part is only possible on foot.



Whatever your option, when you reach the edge of the cliffs and you can see the beach at the bottom, you have to follow the much narrower path between trees on your left. Few metres later you reach the stairs, with more than 150 steps down to the beach.

The beach

Oleiros is located in a crescent-shaped bay closed by high cliffs. It is 500 m long and 30 m wide. It is made up of pebbles of different size, with rocks on both ends fallen from the cliffs, but only in case of heavy rain we can expect landslides. The waves move the stones creating terraces, so you can find sudden slopes even in the water.
Waves are significantly smaller here than in other beaches in this area, so this is a great place for swimming, but be careful because there isn't any lifeguard.


Video: WIA Spain

Facilities

Nothing at all in the beach. In Monte Valsera recreational area there are wooden tables where you can have lunch.

Nudism

The section to the left of the stairs is mainly textile. To the right, you can soon find the first nude people mingled with a majority of textiles, but we have to reach the center of the beach to be in what we can define as the nudist section. From there, almost everybody is naked. There is no need for signs, mutual respect prevails.

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I like:
  • Dramatic landscape
  • Calm
I don't like:
  • Few parking places

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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