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Celorio - San Antolín
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Celorio - San Antolín (Eastern Asturias)
8 kms
On foot 7 h. (round trip)
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A moderately difficult trail through the borough of Llanes

Summary Celorio - San Antolín

From Las Cámaras Beach to Barro, the trail runs parallel to the road along the pavement, which is wide enough and suitable for this use. The first part runs along a minor secondary road on a 1.5-m-wide pavement. The trail runs parallel to the road. When you reach Cuetu Llanu take the path to the right and, once past the Chapel of San Roque, continue along the side of the road through the neighbourhood of La Guera to the area of La Cuesta.

Between Barro and Niembro, the route passes through a spectacular holm oak wood until reaching a wooden footbridge over Calabrés Stream, right where it empties into Niembro Cove.

The trail is signposted with signposts, road markings on the ground and fixed elements, allowing you to get your bearings in this area, known as La Barrera. After crossing the LLN-11 road and walking through the streets of Niembro, you reach the high part of the village known as Campu La Viña.

The trail continues on from Campu La Viña to the scenic balcony where the sculpture "Wake", by Ernesto Knorr, stands, overlooking Torimbia Beach.

The trail then runs along the plateau known as Los Llanos, from where you can see the Bay of Biscay to the north and El Cuera Range to the south, with the foothills of the Picos de Europa in the distance.

The trail then heads downhill through the area known as Cerro La Cuestona to join up with the old road to Llanes. From there, it heads to San Antolín Beach, crossing the River Bedón via a Corten steel and treated wood footbridge. In this area you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the mouth of the River Bedón at San Antolín Beach. On the banks of the rivermouth can be found the remains of the Romanesque Benedictine Monastery dating from the 11th century, of which only the 12th-century church consecrated to San Antolín is still standing.

You can take a break in the rest area on San Antolín Beach which allows you to enjoy the views of this spectacular spot.

8 kms
Description Celorio - San Antolín

From Las Cámaras Beach to Barro, the trail runs parallel to the road along the pavement, which is wide enough and suitable for this use. The first part runs along a minor secondary road on a 1.5-m-wide pavement. The trail runs parallel to the road. When you reach Cuetu Llanu take the path to the right and, once past the Chapel of San Roque, continue along the side of the road through the neighbourhood of La Guera to the area of La Cuesta.

Between Barro and Niembro, the route passes through a spectacular holm oak wood until reaching a wooden footbridge over Calabrés Stream, right where it empties into Niembro Cove.

The trail is signposted with signposts, road markings on the ground and fixed elements, allowing you to get your bearings in this area, known as La Barrera. After crossing the LLN-11 road and walking through the streets of Niembro, you reach the high part of the village known as Campu La Viña.

The trail continues on from Campu La Viña to the scenic balcony where the sculpture "Wake", by Ernesto Knorr, stands, overlooking Torimbia Beach.

The trail then runs along the plateau known as Los Llanos, from where you can see the Bay of Biscay to the north and El Cuera Range to the south, with the foothills of the Picos de Europa in the distance.

The trail then heads downhill through the area known as Cerro La Cuestona to join up with the old road to Llanes. From there, it heads to San Antolín Beach, crossing the River Bedón via a Corten steel and treated wood footbridge. In this area you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the mouth of the River Bedón at San Antolín Beach. On the banks of the rivermouth can be found the remains of the Romanesque Benedictine Monastery dating from the 11th century, of which only the 12th-century church consecrated to San Antolín is still standing.

You can take a break in the rest area on San Antolín Beach which allows you to enjoy the views of this spectacular spot.