We hiked down to this beautiful natural beach from the cliff top parking area. It took us about a half hour down and longer to get up due to the steepness and rough trail. Take sturdy shoes and hiking sticks with drinking water. We changed into swim suits Au naturel at the beach encircled in big towels. Beautiful swim but surf is strong and beach a bit Stoney in places. Beach drops off as you enter but rises again to a shallower sand bar. No services when down below and no lifeguards. Parking at the top is limited along the roadway. Views of valley, verdant cliffs and off shore island rocks are spectacular. Highly recommended for the adventurous and fit traveller!
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