It is a wide horseshoe shaped beach which forms part of a huge series of beaches spreading along the island’s south coast. At points it is difficult to distinguish where one beach ends and the next one begins. Its horseshoe shape puts the brakes on the waves, which land with barely any force along the coast.
It is in a relatively popular urban area, surrounded by hotels, therefore it is quite busy. It also has all kinds of amenities.
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