Bufones de Pria

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Bufones de Pria
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Cottage Retreat in Wild paradise
Asturias, Spain25 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
Had another lovely day at Bufones. Took our children & little puppy Betty. The tide was in so we could here the mysterious noises from the dragons underneath the rocks. Water was calm and a gorgeous turquoise colour. Gorgeous weather & not busy at this time of year.
Written April 26, 2021
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rearcardoor
Northampton, UK470 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
I have only given this a 4 as we did not see the main attraction. I'm sure it would have been a 5 if we had. You can't drive to it and the main car park is a good 15-20 minute walk from the cliffs with kids. I recommend that you time your arrival. Download an app like 'My Tide Times' onto your phone to see the times for high and low tide. You'll want to arrive here for high tide like we did. But that isn't enough. If the sea is calm, like when we arrived, then you will hear the waves through the holes in the cliff but you won't see the spray. If you have the option, wait for high tide AND a rougher sea. So if you park your car in the main car park (it's free) you will walk past a few houses and end up in a small village where there is a bar. You then continue left and will pass another amazing little beach area in an incredibly beautiful inlet called Playa de Guadamia. Bring bathing costumes and towels with you so that you can take a dip. The cliffs are beautiful but watch out for young kids as there are some big holes in the ground that are easy for us to see but are not at all cordoned off. If you do visit when there is no spray, just chill out and appreciate the view and the sounds.
Written August 20, 2018
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Evoqueen
Frankfurt, Germany414 contributions
Mar 2014 • Couples
Where else in the world can you go to Tourist attraction and have the place to yourself? Asturias is one. New Zealand is another. Outside of season this place is virtually empty and wild. It is best to take the walk from the nearby village of Llames but car park spaces are scarce as it is on the beach too. Eerie experience and very befitting to all of a Asturias. A must see.
Written November 12, 2014
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Sue G
Reading, UK54 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
We visited here after reading the reviews. We didn't make it for high tide, but it is well worth a visit any time. . The sound is very eerie!! the views are great and lots of photo opportunities, there is a beach to the left as you walk along the track to the bufoles - as it was low tide we went there and found a walk - way marked by yellow/white markers - we enjoyed that as it followed a stream - at parts it was a bit slippery so wear proper shoes and I am not sure suitable for small children. The walk eventually took us by circle back up into the village. We didn't have any problem parking - there is a signposted field on the right open for the bufoles and the walk was easy and not far - 15 mins ? I would say that if you are using sat nav or Apple maps it is easy to miss the turn off - the sign is hidden in a bush and road not clear also quite a narrow entrance to the lane so look out for it !! Hoping to go back for high tide.
Written August 6, 2017
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IrelandHappycamper
County Clare, Ireland50 contributions
Sep 2013 • Couples
A wonderful spot. For anyone with even the slightest interest in geology this place is a wonder. The rocks are honeycombed with caves and the tidal swell is forced up underground channels and explodes in jets in holes in nearby fields. Wonderful hissing and spitting noises. When we were there the tides was in and there was a strong swell. On a quiet day the effect may not be so pronounces. Do take a walk along the clifftop East for a kilometre or two.
Great fun to see new arrivals walking in and getting soaked with the spray from an exploding Bufona. If the conditions are correct there are rainbows to be seen in the spray
Written September 23, 2013
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adrifr
Traunstein, Germany212 contributions
Jun 2013 • Couples
The cliffs are beautiful. Unfortunately when we went there, the weather was ugly, the tide was full, but not had so much wind, then we heard the noise, but we did not see the geysers splashing water, but still worth it for the beauty of the cliffs. The road is a bit poorly maintained then have to take care if you drive.
Written July 10, 2013
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GasheadBristol
Bristol356 contributions
Sep 2012 • Family
The noise of the geysers and spray as the sea crashes onto the cliffs below is fantastic
The last bit of road till you reach the parking area is badly in need of maintenance
Written September 28, 2012
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It_Began_In_Salzburg
135 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
Impressive even when they are not blowing water out of the vents. I wouldn't come particularly far and wide for them but if you're reading this you're probably already on some sort of road trip on the north coast so its worth stopping at. a 1.3 km walk from the parking spot, one to keep in mind if you're, well, lazy.
Written June 17, 2018
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Emwelsh
Oxford, UK7 contributions
Aug 2016 • Solo
The bufones are vertical tunnels in the cliffs caused by pressure from the sea below. On a wild day, you can see water being forced into the air through tunnels and on a calm day (as it was when we were there) the tunnels breath. You can imagine that there is a dragon snoring below the cliff and his breath that you are hearing. If you visit at high tide you can also see some spray being shot into the air every few minutes. It is mesmerizing and you can't stop watching. It's also a very beautiful spot with Guadamia beach below - a long narrow beach at low tide and a tiny circle of sand with clear waters through the cliffs at high tide.
Written August 16, 2016
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IoanaJunquera
London, UK83 contributions
Oct 2015 • Family
We've gone twice(August and October), and it's been a bit of a let down, because the tide was low. Go when the tide is high and the sea is choppy!
Written October 13, 2015
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