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Seawater pools are worth visiting, which is definitely worth a visit and visit, open from 09:00 to 17:00 ticket price 1.50, sun chairs, and shadows. The only warning is that if the weather is windy then the swimming pools are closed. So these swimming pools...More
Off season (Easter) the water here is cool but fine once you get used to it. It wasn't too busy with plenty of changing facilities and lockers. I can imagine during the summer this place has got to be absolutely crazy. A few fish swim...More
It is definitely worth visiting the natural pools. In March it's way too cold for a swim (even tough we saw 2-3 people swimming) but it's impressive to see how the water massively smashes onto the stone and into the pool, especially on windy days.
bath in pools formed by lava and "tidied up" by humans, with sunbathing places etc. man-made barriers have created calm pools to bath in, separated but still with a connection to the rough waves of the Atlantic. very dramatic when the waves wash over the...More