At high tide, Gulpiyuri beach is a wonderful place for kids and adults to take a dip. At low tide, Gulpiyuri Beach is a great place to sunbathe but it also offers a chance to see a natural sinkhole created when a sea cave collapsed in on itself. Over time, a white sandy beach lagoon was formed. Llanes is a small town on the north central coast of Asturias.
You will also find a number of explorable caves in the immediate area making Gulpiyuri Beach and it’s surroundings a “must see” for anyone visiting Asturias.
Gulpiyuri Beach is a shell shaped little beach located in the middle of a grassy meadow. The beach is located 100 meters from the sea but connected by a network of underground caves over millions of years the waves eroded a series of tunnels under the cliffs which connect to the beach. You won’t see the vast ocean along the shores here but instead, the sight of a gorgeous little cove will greet you. Nevertheless, it’s a beach a waves still lap up against the shore as water from the Bay of Biscay continues to enter through the underground caves. While the beach is only 40 meters in length, there are occasionally surf in the shallow water.
The nearest town is Naves in the council of Llanes.
If you want more info check this nice article written by Daniel Miller and posted on the 27th of June by the Uk Newspaper “Mail On Line”: Is this the world’s weirdest beach? Cristal-clear saltwater, golden sand and even waves…yet it’s in the middle of a meadow.