Often missed by most travellers, are the paths meandering above Cathedral Beach in Northern Spain. The views from up here are spectacular. Rock art along the old stone fences makes for interesting photos. This is especially fun to walk along while you are waiting for the tide to recede and access to the beach and caves becomes available!
Drawing the most visitors at low tide, when the rock formations, caves and tide pools become accessible it is a great place to spend a couple of hours exploring the 1400 meters of sandy beach, caves, tide pools and wading in the waves. Be forewarned in the summer months and Easter holidays you must apply for a visitor pass to access the beach area. This helps to preserve this spectacular area and prevent overcrowding. Available here and free of charge.