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Stinking athmosphere of petrol and dead fish, surrounded by sick pigeons and other sea-birds, polluted to the core... We stayed there for less than a minute before running away, realising only afterwards that we had never seen such a cloaca of a beach front... shocked.
I only went in the water to cool off. Don't go in without protective water shoes or sandals because of the many stones and rocks. The water wasn't clean and it was impossible to swim because of the waves. But at least good to cool...More
Just a few shadowed spots. Not so clean. There are even some pieces of glass bottles so protect your feet and guard yourself. The biggest advantage (and disadvantage) is that it's the closest beach to the port.