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It is well worth the trip to visit this beautiful sandy beach. If you are staying in the city, it is better to go by taxi rather than the bus unless you know how to navigate the rigmarole about getting a card which you top...More
What a wonderful beach! It must be a couple of kilometers long and wide as well. It’s almost the perfect place combining the city with a beach and you can walk everywhere. It’s very safe, clean and well marshalled with plenty of big waves to...More
What the Sardinero lacks in facilities it makes up for in natural beauty. Nice clean living locals who appreciate good food, good times with family and friends and the natural environment they are blessed with. Laid back and easy going (by northern Spanish standards). The...More
We were well impressed with this magnificent beach, the stretch of sand was so clean. The waves were fiercer than we expected although my other half did manage a brief swim.
It was lovely to see people of all ages enjoying the space and sunshine....More
This is a long and wide expanse of sandy beach - in fact it’s so long it’s divided by a small rocky headland into two sections. Visited early March and it was deserted but no doubt it’s busy with sun worshipers during summer months. A...More
Response from icecoldinalex1 | Reviewed this property |
No not really though a short taxi distance should not break the bank - about three miles
This is based on the berth of P&o being the same place as for Brittany Ferrries, I think it will be
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