The needles of Gueirua
Gueirúa is a small cove of pebbles that contains approximately 120 meters in length, it also has a fluvial outlet.
At its eastern end, a row of stone islets emerging from the Cantabrian Sea, are the remains of an ancient fractured point of quartz and slate. This area is called "La Forcada" and divides Gueirúa from the beach of "El Calabón", whose beach can be reached at low tide from Gueirúa.
To access the needles can only be done at low tide and with great caution as a fall on these sharp edges would be dangerous
@12mm f/13 30'
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