Ribadesella Beach is a great beach of just over 1 km in length that accompanies a lovely walk dotted with stately mansions and palaces, summer memories of the early twentieth century Spanish aristocracy, who choose Ribasedella and Asturias as their holiday destination. The “Indian” architecture is also very present in Ribadesella as in many other areas of eastern Asturias.
A walk along the beach there are three nice beach bars with terraces.
SANTA MARINA, in RIBADESELLA; Great Eastern Asturian Beach
This is the “urban” Ribadesella beach, but is separated from the center of the village by the Sella River and its bridge running through it, making it a very quiet beach. It’s great to come to this beach at low tide as it is a large sandy area, but at high tide the sand surface is diminished by 80%.
Although this is a large occupation beach, for its long size it never looks very busy.
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-To: Medium-High waves
In this beach the bathroom always depends on the sea state.
The beach can be like a raft, with only small waves on the shore or bigger waves, but usually is a beach with a nice bathroom.
Flags placed on the beach will help us:
-With green flag: Safe Bath
Yellow-Flag: Bathing with caution
Red-Flag: Prohibited bath
- WALKING: From the village of Ribadesella : 700 meters (10 minutes)
- BY CAR Access the Cantabrian motorway A8. Connect with Autovia 1000 meters.
-Caravia: 13 km
-Colunga: 19 km
-Lastres: 20 km
-Llanes: 28 km
-Arriondas: 18 km