you approach the beach on a very winding pretty lane so I already get the feeling that I have stumbled accross this beach by pure luck. It is in the middle of nowhere other than local residents and a couple of well to do holiday home/rental resorts so it seems to stay pretty quiet. I have visited it in May and August. My father is quite anti sand (better not to ask) and so we hired beds and parasols. The sand is very fine, the beach very clean, there are various types of places to eat to suit all styles and budgets even though the place is tiny. There is a free parking small carpark right next to the beach with just a small incline down to the sand, so excellent access for everyone. There is a bit of a shelf in the sea, but for me, this just adds to some good wave breaks but current is very gentle. I was with my toddler and felt safe, but there is also a guarded section for better peace of mind. The original tiny village is also picturesque and quaint for a bit of a potter.
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