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The beach is beautiful, the water is perfect but the waves are no joke. This isn’t water you are going to sit and float in. Heed the warning signs that are posted all over. Keep Small children close. My 16 year old son and nephew...More
We visited this beach both times we visited, nice and big, plenty of room and shade (watch for thorns under the trees though). Be careful, can be serious waves/shore breaks that can knock you down if you're not careful!
This is usually my favourite beach to spend time walking the length of the beach, climbing the cliff or looking a the World War II pillbox or lava rock on the south end. The waves on our one visit this vacation were very strong, and...More
This is a gorgeous beach. A long stretch of white sand and turquoise waters. It does look like a postcard beach. The downfall is that very often there’s dangerous shore break which kept us out of the water, but it’s so beautiful. Well worth the...More
Be prepared to get sand in your suit!! It was so much fun, the beach is long and the waves were great! We walked quite a ways and checked out little beach that is up over the rocky hill hike. That was a site to...More
Beautiful sandy beach that is very deep and long! Plenty of space for the kids to play, and even to play beach volleyball or throw a frisbee. Not much shade, so bring beach chairs, a beach umbrella, sun hat, and sunscreen. Also, bring your own...More
We visited on a Sunday afternoon and there was plenty of space. Some people set up a volleyball net and everyone was welcome to join. Nice views from the nearby cliff but try not to creep on the nude beach.