Ruta de Lamuño a la Concha de Artedo

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Declared Blue Trail

Route from Lamuño to La Concha de Artedo
GPS: 43.56035399256834, -6.200084845986117

Lamuño - La Concha de Artedo Beach - Lamuño 10,3

It starts in the village square of Lamuño. We leave the square by taking the asphalted road that leaves the coast to our right and soon becomes a path. After the first 300 metres, the path forks, and we choose the left-hand branch.

Another 300 metres further on, we enter the pine forest of Monte Valsera, with a fully equipped recreational area; we turn right. When we reach the kilometre from the start of the route, we come to a fork; at this point we opt for the right-hand branch to visit the beach of Oleiros. Once we have visited the beach, we shall return along the path to this same junction and now follow the left-hand branch.

Do not pay attention to the crossroads that appear further on.

After about 3 kilometres, we reach the CU-6 road and the centre of La Tejera; we walk a few metres along this road and a few metres further on we turn right and at the next crossroads turn left. After 400 metres from these crossings, cross the A-8 motorway over an elevated bridge and continue along a path through pine trees.

At approximately kilometre 4.4, we must turn onto the path on the right, and further on, onto the path on the left, which coincides with the Pilgrims' Way to Santiago and passes through the upper part of the village of Mumayor. After another 2 kilometres, we cross the Abango stream and the path takes us back to the A-8 motorway, which we cross underneath at kilometre 8.

600 metres from the previous point, kilometre 8.6, we turn left onto the path, along which we will soon reach the Debesa stream. This path takes us directly to the Concha de Artedo beach, which is 600 metres long.

In the final stage of the route, at kilometre 9.2, we take a track between the houses on the beach, which leave it on the right hand side, and follow it until we reach the village of Lamuño.

We highly recommend stopping to see the Ermita del Rosario (Rosary Chapel) and the Chapel of La China, the latter dating from the 18th century, founded by an Indiano and owned by a private individual. Its name is believed to be due to an image of a Virgin and Child with oriental features (of Filipino origin, supposedly) that was rescued from a shipwreck that came from there.