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We’ve been there on a not so sunny day, so we didn’t take a swim. But some locals were swimming.
The place looks amazing. It is peaceful and quiet, you only hear the sound of the waves, lovely!
If you look at the rocks you...More
As we had quiet a few waves during our time, the pools were closed some of the time. But it was just as great to have the calmer beach as it was to jump in the pools with some waves still washing over the barrier....More
Two sea water pools, with plenty of space to sunbathe. Really frefreshing place to swim on a hot day. Time it right - when the tide is coming in and you will be treated to a spectacular show of waves crashing against the sea wall...More
These natural seawater pools are cleaned by the tides and are kept in excellent condition. There are changing rooms and toilets to use for free and a small pebble beach close by too. There are shops and eateries close by.
We came across this place by chance while searching for the planetarium. What can I say... nature is beautiful!!!! The natural rock pools are really nice, best time to go is when the waters are choppy and they are splashing up against the rocks causing...More
Great fun to swim in the ocean pools at high tide with the waves coming over the walls. Well set up with stairs and ladders to access the pools and showers at each end when you get out. They also have lifeguards on duty for...More
As soon as the life guard arrived the green flag went up. The red flags were up because of no life guard, not because of swimming conditions. I prefer to swim where there's a life guard so I like this system.