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Buffoons are natural phenomena originated by the effect of erosion of the sea and rain on the limestone rock, giving rise to cracks and chimneys that connect the sea with the land. The blow of the calm waves against the cliffs causes the expulsion of compressed air in the galleries, however, on days of strong swell air and water escape to the outside at great pressure with jets of water that reach great heights.
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The best known in Asturias are the Bufones de Pría, in the town of Llames de Pría. There you must leave the car and continue walking along the impressive cliffs that we will see in front. On days when the sea is rough the spectacle is amazing, it is a fantastic place, the views from its cliffs are worth the trip and if the tide is high the spectacle is unimaginable. There is a jester's route, starting and ending in Llames, of low difficulty and a duration of about four hours that is worth doing to enjoy its beauty.Getting there is a bit complicated because the roads are very narrow and if you cross with another car... At the end of the road there is a recreational area where you can eat and also serves as a viewpoint to the jesters and the cliffs. You can park right there.