Playa de Amió, a real paradise of wild and unspoiled nature, is a small stretch of sand located in Pechón. It has clear water, friendly locals, and good 3G+ coverage. You will find that the water here, as with many of the other Pechón beaches is crystal clear and extremely inviting. This beach is so pretty that you'll take so many pictures! It's around 0.84km in length, and there are no shades. In peak summer months it can be difficult to stake out a peaceful place on the sand because it's a popular spot. The views are amazing but you need to watch out for the weather because it's not always good, so check The best time to visit Playa de Amió to be prepared. Be aware that drinking alcohol and smoking is not allowed.
Playa de Amió is one of the more challenging beaches to access. It is not wheelchair accessible and difficult for disabled visitors and small children. You can go to this beach by car - note that it's not that easy to get there. There are no lifeguards on duty at the beach, so keep that in mind, but if you’re looking for somewhere quiet to hang out or spend time, Playa de Amió is a great place. Dogs allowed all year round. There is parking space nearby, although it might be a bit harder to find a space on the weekends or during peak months.
There are food options, cleaning, and outside shower. There are no umbrella for rent and chairs for rent.
If you are seeking food and refreshment, there are some options. The water here is suitable for swimming. Walking and running can be enjoyed as well.
July, August, September, October are the best months to visit Playa de Amió and other beaches in Pechón, because that's when the temperatures are warm and there's probably less crowd (not guaranteed).
July, August, September, October
January, February, March, December
January, February, November, December
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