The municipality of Navia has approximately twelve kilometres of coastline. While the coastal line is small, it has six important beaches, as well as some small coves, of great ecological and tourist interest. In total, they account for nearly 1´5 Km. Almost all of the naviega coast, predominate in the cliffs, generally of average height. Navia beaches are sandy, fairly coarse-grained, by entering its composition the predominant slate.
Beach of Navia
It has a total length of 360 Ms. Accessing it from the village, following the Brown Avenue. It also has access from Andés until Veiga of Arenas. It is surrounded by a dense forest of pine and eucalyptus trees, surrounding La Poza, a lacustrine area that serves area children's bathrooms and place of thousands of birds stop.
Beach of Frejulfe
Declared Natural Monument, is the largest in the municipality, that it reaches 750 metres in length. You have a double access: from the road of Andés, in the high part of the town of Frejulfe the people or, from Puerto de Vega, in the alto de Soirana. Both accesses are well signposted.
Beach of Barayo
Classified as partial Natural Reserve of the biosphere, it is equipped with a lush area of dunes and marshes, valuable ecological and landscape, as well as an environment populated of shrubland, forests, cliffs, etc
It is a small beach, about 35 m, which lies next to the previous one, which is extension. It is also thick sand.
This small and beautiful beach has a total length of 50 Ms. Accessing it from Andés, through a neighborhood road. In his day was atalaya and whaling cala and still some Mariners gear are stored therein.Fabal Beach
Close to the previous one, its beach line approximates the hundred metres. You fall into it by a neighborhood road, from the village of Téifaros. It is surrounded by beautiful pinewoods and a rising promontory located on its left bank, lies the Castro of Fabal, probably pre-Roman.
Beach of Fabal
Near Coedo, its beach line approximates the hundred metres. You fall into it by a neighborhood road, from the village of Téifaros. It is surrounded by beautiful pinewoods and a rising promontory located on its left bank, lies the Castro of Fabal, probably pre-Roman.