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Playa de Oyambre

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25 reviews of Playa de Oyambre

Between Comillas and San Vicente de la Barquera!

Oyambre Beach is located on Cantabria's western coast only a few kilometers from the villages of Comillas and San Vicente de la Barquera.

It’s a fairly large beach (almost 2 km.) found in the Oyambre Natural Park. The combination of the fine white sand and extensive vegetation of the park makes it a place really worth visiting.

What I found most unusual about it is that it's very popular and even crowded even though it's somewhat hidden off the beaten path and the access ways are in poor shape.

Very natural beach

This is one of the most beautiful natural beaches in all of Spain. It’s very calm and relaxing but at the same time accessible and easy to reach. It’s a place which oozes peace and quiet without crossing over into loneliness. The Oyambre Natural Park is one of those places that’ll make you want to come back again and again.

It's in fantastic shape

One of my favorite beaches and, not coincidentally, one of the closest to my home in Plasencia is Oyambre Beach near the villages of San Vicente de la Barquera and Comillas.

First of all, the beach is in fantastic shape. You almost never find it dirty or covered in algae. The only downside I can say is that this past August there was a small plague of jellyfish along the Cantabrian Sea and I spotted more than a few at Oyambre.

It's about 2 kilometers long and has a large parking area, so it's easy to get there in your own vehicle. The sand is pure white and very fine and the waves

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Playa de Oyambre

Playa de Oyambra is wide and sandy during high tide, but when the tide recedes the beach turns into a massive canvas full of swirling patterns of light, sand, and water. The beach is surrounded by verdant green hills perpetually bathed in the misty ocean air. This beach actually faces two bodies of water: the La Rabia river estuary and the Capitán River which descends from the mountains down to the coast. It’s part of the Oyambre Natural Park in San Vicente de la Barquera.

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