This beach is a little out of the way but it is beautiful. It was clean and had little huts for shade. This beach was not as crowded as Eagle Beach. We took a little side road to get here and there was a large area of crosses that we drove by. Turns out the locals bury there animals here. I don't know why this tradition started but it was pretty neat to see the care they had in burying their 4 legged family members. We also found some beautiful cliff views near here so when you get tired of the beach, go ahead and do some exploring!
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