We arrived at Horseshoe Bay Beach last after we trekked from beach to beach. If you want any amenities, this is the beach for you--restrooms, food, beach toys, chairs, lifeguards, etc. The day that we were there was right after Raphael had passed through and the waves were very high. I spoke with one of the lifeguards after seeing her rescue someone and she said that was the fourth rescue that day! I guess if you want to risk your life, at least do it here where they can rescue you!! It was a walk up the hill to catch the bus back into town but you can get a ride for $2 in a van. After a long, hot day in the sun, it might be worth it. If you want to be where there are not many people, as in secluded beach, please keep walking past Horseshoe to the left. There are many coves with not nearly as many people. The sand is a beautiful pink but there are no seashells, which I found interesting. I only found one in the three days we were there.
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