At low tide, the 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.
This one is a beauty and something people don’t see very often because Gulpiyuri is a 50 meters long (or better said round) inlet 100 meters away from the sea, the water arriving here after passing through a tunnel carved in the rock by the sea.
It is accessible on foot only but you can leave the car outside the village of Naves or 1 000-1 500 meters away from the beach.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.
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