We don't like crowds so we would get there at 8 am and swim/snorkel until 10.30. By this time the beach was absolutely packed (and the sun was very hot). You can park by the side of the road and walk down the steps to the beach, or there is a car park (fee payable). There are toilets at the back of the beach and a beach bar, massage area and sunbeds/umbrellas (not too expensive.) As you look at the sea, snorkelling along the left side rocks was best. We even saw some sea birds swimming under water which was a first for us. The water was ice cold in June. Altogether a lovely little beach.
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