Next to the Avilés estuary is the beach of Zeluán, some 400 m. long, which at low tides gives way to a muddy inlet of some 12 hectares, of enormous ecological richness and diversity. It is still home to the last communities of marshland vegetation of what was once the great estuary of Avilés.
It is an area that deserves special protection, as it was badly degraded by industrialisation, although today it is still a resting place for important contingents of aquatic birds on their migratory journeys, a fact that makes it very interesting and valuable from an ecological point of view. An observatory has been built here that allows the birds to be seen without causing any disturbance. It is estimated that the annual passage of migratory birds at this point can reach thirty thousand.
The Llodero Cove is located in the municipality of Avilés, on the right bank of the estuary, and very close to it is the Zeluán Pond in the municipality of Gozón.
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