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Alice N wrote a review Sep 2016
Tweede Exloermond, The Netherlands6 contributions2 helpful votes
It is very clean and such a rustic ambience. I'd recommend this beach for relaxing, reading, swimming and enjoying Nature.
Date of experience: September 2016
AngusUmbria wrote a review Jul 2016
Great, clean beach. Maybe not great for small kids as it gets deep quickly. There are 2 bars on the beach. Loved it.
Date of experience: July 2016
chocdikrab wrote a review Aug 2015
Frankfurt, Germany3,479 contributions409 helpful votes
we came to su tiriarzu in the arely afternoon. the parking area is not far away and costs 3 euro for the whole day. the beach itself is seperated by a small river and over a wooden bridge we came trough the main entrance on the beach. wooden pathes lead the visitors to the left and right direction and at the end of the pathes there are located beachbars who offer suneds and umbrellas for high prices. the music was very loud and we thoght we were stranded in the middle of a beach discothek. so we walked some hundred meter more in direction of the southend of su tiriarzu and there we had our traquillity. the beach is very long and straight and so bigger waves arrived at the beach and it made fun to play with. the water is crystaclear and shows different types of green and blue, but is is only a narrow stripe, because the water get deep quickly. the beach drops steeply and fast to the sea and su tiriarzu is not realy a place for families with children. there are no shadowzones on the beach and a umbrella and sun protection is absolutely necessary. further a cooling bag with some drinks shoud by your side also, because the beachbar is expensive. toilettes we didn´t found, but in the beachbars should be one. we can recomment su tiriarzu not realy. for tourists who looking for fun at the beach the beachbars might be perfect, but for people who looking for tranquillity there are much more better places in the surrounding…
Date of experience: July 2015