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Puerto de Bustio

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Puerto de Bustio

Marina in Spain

Bustio, port and door of Asturias Bustio is one of the quietest fishing villages in all of Asturias. Its unique geography, on a riverside bend in the Ría de Tinamayor – the natural border between Asturias and Cantabria – gives it an air that is always peaceful, like time and space stopped, like eternal solace. Thus, in this small and quiet town guarded by mountains in the municipality of Ribadede

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43.38442 N, -4.51441 E
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1PM - 5PM
19 May 2024
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N 8 knots.
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15°C
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Chance of showers
Sun
5PM - 9PM
19 May 2024
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N 6 knots.
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13–15°C
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NW 0.9m at 8s period
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Partly cloudy
Sun
9PM - 5AM
19 May 2024
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NW 2–11 knots.
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10–14°C
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NW 0.8m at 8s period
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Partly cloudy
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