San Antolín - Guadamía Beach

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GR204 - Coastal Path E9 - Stage 4 It can be done on foot or by bicycle.

Beach of San Antolin - Beach of Guadamía
GPS: 43.44968090011569, -4.927290305293958

Playa de San Antolín - Gulpiyurí - Playa de la Güelga - Hontoria - Playa de Cuevas del Mar - Llames de Pría - Playa de Guadamía

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The path starts at San Antolín beach, passes under the FEVE railway line through a subway and heads west, and soon comes to a turning on the right that leads to Gulpiyuri beach, a Natural Monument. Shortly after, we will find the turning to the right that leads us to the beach of Gulpiyuri, a Natural Monument, an inland beach formed when the sea emerges from under the acanthalides in the middle of a meadow. We continue along the route, passing the chapel of Santolaya on our right, and shortly after, the beach of La Huelga.

We continue in search of the bridge that crosses the Llagaras river, where we can see an old mill. We cross the village of ῌontoria and climb towards Los Collaos, going round the Obiu and Picones road.

From there we can see in the background the chapel of San Antonio above the beach of Cuevas. We descend to Cuevas del Mar beach, where we can choose to continue along the Bufones de Pría route, which takes us to Llames close to the cliffs, or pass through the Cave next to the access road to the beach from Nueva.

We cross the river Nueva, ascending the path towards Villanueva, until we reach an abandoned farmhouse, where we turn right until we reach the narrow beach of Villanueva.

We continue along the path towards Villanueva, passing a little later by a small artificial pond with a fountain, to reach the chapel of Garaña at the foot of a recreational area.

We cross Garaña and reach Llames, where we take a path to the right that heads towards the bufones.

Shortly afterwards, we leave this path to take another path to the left that descends in search of the Guadamía river, at the entrance to the beach of the same name.