You have to pay to visit this beach, and once you're there it's highly commercialised with bars, eating joints, reef trips, kite surfing and wind surfing. Swimming is limited to a small section of the water which is roped off so you can't get beyond chest deep, so it's great for kids to play but you don't experience any waves, surf or challenge. Swimming elsewhere is forbidden (presumably due to use by watersports and boats). It's a hang-out for local families and young people. A good spot for people-watching. But not the place to come if you're looking for a taste of wilderness or seclusion. If you like bustling beach life, music on speakers and a cold beer under a coconut tree, it's fine. If you'd rather have somewhere peaceful to yourself then head east along the north coast.
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