Playa de Vega, Ribadesella, Asturias
As the crow flies, La Playa de Vega is one of the closest beaches to where we live. It’s situated east of Ribadesella, often windy and the sea has a strong current.
A short river, ‘Río Acebo’ enters the sea here, dissecting part of the beach, a little too strong to cross without getting wet feet, especially holding a camera and dragging along a tripod.
There’s also a small sand dune area as well as the Camino de Santiago running close by.
But it was the rock formations and evening light that took our fancy this week. We made 3 visits and recorded this moments.
Rocks pointing towards the Mar Cantábrico.
A different day and lower tide than the picture above, exposing more rock pools and the green algae.
Layered rock formations at the cliffs of Playa de Vega, which form part of the Jurassic coastline of Asturias.
Sunset looking out towards the cliffs behind the village of Berbes on the left and La Isla in the distance.
Que fotografía más guapas y qué colores!!!
Un saludo amigo John
I love the green algae rocks pointing to the sea. Mi encanta
los coloures en la
s rocas cobiertas en acelgas que indican hasta la mar.
Thanks for you comments guys, appreciated 🙂