We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We saw stunning views there in the morning and expect it to be crowded during peak season. As we visited in winter, there were less people but still difficult to find a spot to take pics! As a tour group had just arrived at the...More
Peaceful until someone spoilt it flying a drone on the beach next to us. Small beach covered in dry vegetation not sand possibly dry seaweed. Dangerous to walk from the cliff down, very narrow path with loose and very craggy rocks. Not safe for young...More
Some steep walking over rocks leads you to one of the most beautiful beaches - when we went, there wasn't much space to sunbathe; however, the water was warm and the views were incredible. Definitely a must-do if you have a couple free hours. Very...More
It is a cool site to go and see it from across the way on top of the nearest hill. You need to do some steep walking but not much. The red and black volcanic rock beach is closed to the public, however you can...More
We found the Red Beach to be less than impressive up close. We had a vehicle so accessing anything on the island was easy. There are ways to access the beach but it is not recommended by locals because the risk of landslides. You can...More