A Naturist World Ria de Mogro - Abra del Pas

Beach Destination Information

  • Listed By : Team - ANW
  • Listed On : Jul 07, 2019
  • Views : 204
  • Category : Europe-South » Spain
  • Description : Ria de Mogro belongs to the municipality of Miengo, and is part of the Natural Park of the Dunes of Liencres. Nearby is the "Abra del Pas" golf course, surrounded by forests and fine sand dunes.

    It is one of the largest dune systems of the Cantabrian coast, which houses a rich fauna (waterfowl and migratory birds, lizards, snakes, amphibians, tritons, etc.) and flora (maritime pine dunes and other species adapted to live in the sand ).


    The park of the Dunes of Liencres has two beaches: Valdearenas ( the big one) is the one on the left and a smaller beach, called Canallave. There is then a third beach on the shore of river Pas, at the foot of the pine forest planted on the dunes. 

    On the left side of the mouth of the Pas River are naturists who take advantage of the privacy of the dunes, the area offers much tranquillity and the huge pine trees are great if you are looking for shade.
  • Location : Ria De Mogro, Liencres, Spain

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Good to Know

  • Beach Type Lakes, Rivers and Reservoirs
  • Facilities On both sides of the parking lot of Valdearenas, you will find restaurants, showers, and first-aid posts.
  • Nudist Status Tolerated / Clothing Optional
  • Ease of Access Easy across the wooden walkways to the beach area.

Getting There

  • Town / County / State Liencres, Cantabria, Spain
  • Zip / Postal Code 39120
  • Directions To reach Ria de Mogro, go to the town of Liencres, on the CA-305 road, is a detour to reach the beach of Valdearenas, where these dunes are located. Cross over the dunes from the parking lot where several paths to the beach start here. You are not allowed to walk over the dunes, so wooden walkways have been put in place.

Coordinates

  • Latitude 43.44524805
  • Longitude -3.97586169

Overview

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    Ria de Mogro belongs to the municipality of Miengo, and is part of the Natural Park of the Dunes of Liencres. Nearby is the "Abra del Pas" golf course, surrounded by forests and fine sand dunes.
    It is one of the largest dune systems of the Cantabrian coast, which houses a rich fauna (waterfowl and migratory birds, lizards, snakes, amphibians, tritons, etc.) and flora (maritime pine dunes and other species adapted to live in the sand ).


    The park of the Dunes of Liencres has two beaches: Valdearenas ( the big one) is the one on the left and a smaller beach, called Canallave. There is then a third beach on the shore of river Pas, at the foot of the pine forest planted on the dunes.

    On the left side of the mouth of the Pas River are naturists who take advantage of the privacy of the dunes, the area offers much tranquillity and the huge pine trees are great if you are looking for shade.