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Sooooo disappointing!! Can’t believe we paid 7Euros to see a beach laced with trash. I know we’re off season and the water is choppy but we thought for sure it would live up to even half the hype. So many more beautiful places on the...More
Nice beach in a remote natural area, The car park is 7 euro but worth it as you don't have to pay for sun loungers as there aren't any on the beach. Warm clear shallow waters ideal for snorkelling. The car park is difficult to...More
I'm not a beach person but was keen to see this place and wasn't disappointed, a few roads lead to different parts of it and not getting there till lunchtime resulted in us heading for the eastern car park as the other routes would have...More
Wonderful beach spot. Natural sand, cristal clear water.
Unfortunately the sand is dirty from cigarette butts and paper tissues thrown away by stupid tourists abd visitors! Local authority plays a considerable role by NOT providing trash bins. The government should drastically increase the parking fee...More
Beautiful beach, we visited on a Friday morning and wasn’t too packed. But as the hours passed it did start to get ridiculously packed. But overall great experience, don’t skip this place if you are on the island.
We visited this beach in mid September and had a completely different experience in comparison to the other reviews here. We found the beach to be very clean and the beautiful white sand and turquoise blue water are to die for. Whenever we go back...More
1. Tons of people and no place to enjoy 2. Nothing to enjoy as no view, can't swim as windy and waves, sand is dirty and there are stones and rocks in the sea. Also they change you for parking to leave your car in...More