Certainly not over populated and certainly very clean and cared for. Very pleasant to walk along and watch the sailing and families playing.
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Beautiful rocky beach. Pirate cove, great spot for kayaking, swimming or lounging. Resturants nearby are good as well. Meet your Siesta Advisor here.
This was a great little pebble beach, with clear blue waters and rocks to scramble across. We visited with 3 other families all with young children and it was great for the kids for a couple of hours. There are 2 restaurants, both are expensive...More
Far from town, not easy to find. Clear water, small stones beach in the heart of the Ambolo cliffs. Nice and small restaurants in the area. Not easy parking
What a lovely cove, fantastic views and a couple of nice restaurants. We went in April so there was ample parking but I can imagine that in the height of the summer season you will struggled to get parked if you don't arrive early. It...More
In the summer months, have struggled to find close parking on a few occasions, which isn't a problem ordinarily, but I end up being the carthorse and lugging all the chairs and parasols etc But don't let that deter, well worth a visit to enjoy...More
Very beautyful place, stone beach but excellent waters for all kinds of sport, Paddle boarding, SUP, diving, fishing..
At last we found this gem of a beach again obviously quite busy in the season but we loved the fact that it was little changed and reminded us of Spain as it was over 40 years ago.
Pebbly and down a hill but well worth it. The water is like gin and warm to laze around in. Tough on the feet but take beach shoes. You can hire sunbeds there but it is such a pretty cove you may want to take...More