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Playa de Frexulfe

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Playa de Frexulfe

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Ratbag wrote a review Sep 2018
Warwickshire, UK326 contributions249 helpful votes
We walked along the coast path from our hotel in Navia; a lovely walk, great views & several ups and downs (good prep for my winter cross country running!). We were delighted to reach the beach, which is lovely. Great looking surf but probably too rough to swim safely. The cafe was like heaven after a warm walk, the first couple of beers went down without touching the sides! Good calamari and bonito too, with friendly service. The walk back was great, just short of 20km so a decent bit of low impact exercise done ✅
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Date of experience: September 2018
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JamesMorris-Garcia wrote a review Aug 2018
Bogota, Colombia4 contributions7 helpful votes
I actually can’t be bothered writing this review except to say the following: The food is terrible; The chef started on my wife the day after our wedding, he argued with us for an hour, stole our bus keys and called his friends to beat us up. There were 50 of us, all professionals in different fields but he thought he would act in this manner: He is a terrible human being and I’m just so happy none of my assembled guests chose to give him the beating he so thoroughly deserved. This chef is clueless and when his restaurant goes bust as it definitely will do, i would give the place a visit. It’s a beautiful venue but terrible food and run by a terrible person. From the newly weds
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Ray V wrote a review Sep 2017
Chaves, Portugal358 contributions156 helpful votes
Frejulfe is a long beach of 800 meters near the fishing village of Puerto de Vega. It is bordered by a coastal path and has a large wooded area leading up to a small restaurant, El Chiringuito la Mar de Fondo, and the parking area. At the far eastern end of this beach a stream, the Frejulfe, comes into the ocean. This is the area where swimming is allowed. It is located about 5 kms. from the port of Navia and 2.6 kms. from Puerto de Vega. When we visited at the end of June there were few cars in the parking area, which from the size must receive many visitors in July and August.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Jen H wrote a review Aug 2017
43 contributions21 helpful votes
If you are coming to Asturias to surf, this is where you need to go. The waves will vary with the tides but even if you are a straight no experience beginner you will be able to catch the whitewash here. If you are a more experienced surfer you will have decently high waves almost all day long. This beach has lifeguards. This beach has a snack bar and a local restaurant (La de Fondo - located at the top of the hill) with good food and cold beer if that is what you are after. - if you are coming with kids, there is a salt/freshawater mixed river/inlet that runs up the eastern side of the beach, very shallow, perfect for playing in. - there are hiking paths on either side of the beach that go to the adjacent towns of navia and pto de vega, both worth visiting and within 5km walking reach, give or take a kilometer. - you can also find seakayaking and paddle surf here.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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tpilomia wrote a review Jul 2017
Chaves, Portugal480 contributions107 helpful votes
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Stunning beach with a well-organized parking lot and a very pleasant "chiringuito" where you can have a delicious coffee and also a meal. We were there at the end of June around 11am and there was no one at the beach. It was a red flag day. Just took some lovely pictures. Surfers might enjoy it.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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