Easy entry, fish along the rock wall and by the buoys, and - the topper - a rather large sea turtle on the left side of the bay almost at the spot where the ocean enters the bay. Beware: this lagoon is in front of a wedding chapel, and both days we were there (not consecutive), some kind of extensive photo shoot of a wedding (real or fake, we couldn't tell) was going on, and the people involved with the shoot had part of the beach blocked off from public use for purposes of their photos. A man also yelled at us to swim to the side when we accidentally floated into that part of the bay and (I guess) entered their shot. It was annoying, but the turtle was worth it. There is very little shade, no umbrellas or tents allowed, and the second time there we snagged use of one of the permanent umbrellas in the beach, which helped immensely. Oh - the second time we visited, the restrooms were closed "temporarily," but after being there over 3 hours, the bathrooms remained closed.
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