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Barayo - Navia
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Barayo - Navia (Western Asturias)
19 kms
On foot 6 h. 30 min. (Each way)
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A fairly difficult trail along the coast of the boroughs of Valdés and Navia

Summary Barayo - Navia

The route begins in the parking area that provides access down to Barayo Beach, near the village of Vigo (Navia). This spot offers fantastic views of Barayo Beach.

The trail heads north to Punta del Cuerno, from where it continues along a fishermen's path towards the inaccessible La Romanela Cove, the small Puertochico and El Pariso Coves, the wide Canares Cove and Asteriro Cove, which you pass behind. The village of Vigo lies to the left, with Panondres Ridge in the distance. Shortly after, you come to the cove known as El Castillo, from where Puerto de Vega can be seen. Once you reach Puerto de Vega, turn left to continue on a path heading west, passing La Losera Beach and Soirana Isle to then pass through the village of the same name before reaching Frexulfe Beach.

From an esplanade among eucalyptus trees, you then take another path leading to lots of beautiful beaches (Fabal, Coedo, Bragada, Playa del Moro), until reaching Navia Beach, where you then take the road to the town of Navia.

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Description Barayo - Navia

The route begins in the parking area that provides access down to Barayo Beach, near the village of Vigo (Navia). This spot offers fantastic views of Barayo Beach.

The trail heads north to Punta del Cuerno, from where it continues along a fishermen's path towards the inaccessible La Romanela Cove, the small Puertochico and El Pariso Coves, the wide Canares Cove and Asteriro Cove, which you pass behind. The village of Vigo lies to the left, with Panondres Ridge in the distance. Shortly after, you come to the cove known as El Castillo, from where Puerto de Vega can be seen. Once you reach Puerto de Vega, turn left to continue on a path heading west, passing La Losera Beach and Soirana Isle to then pass through the village of the same name before reaching Frexulfe Beach.

From an esplanade among eucalyptus trees, you then take another path leading to lots of beautiful beaches (Fabal, Coedo, Bragada, Playa del Moro), until reaching Navia Beach, where you then take the road to the town of Navia.