The pictures really don't do this place justice. If you are anywhere near Lagos on holidays you MUST visit this beach. It really is beautiful and worth the trek. I spent the whole afternoon just looking around mesmerised by the natural beauty of the water, cliffs, caves and beaches.
A few words of caution to get the most out of your stay:
You need to be fit to get to the beach as there are 200+ steps down and back up again
There is no shade on the beach so bring an umbrella or suitable clothing to cover yourself
Get there early as the beach fills up quick
There are no facilities on the beach so bring any food or drinks required (you can buy water bottles from the restaurant at the top)
Don't settle at the waterline as when the tide comes in you will find yourself having to move and squashed beside others at the back of the beach
On windy days the waves can get very big in some of the coves which makes swimming difficult
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