The beach is absolutely to die for once you get there. White, soft sand, beautiful blue water and picturesque rocks. There are a couple of stands selling snacks and drinks. There are trees and some shade that provide good space to sit with your stuff and get some relief from the sun when needed! Takes a while to get there by boat, and then it's a 20 minute hike to get to the beach - but it's worth it!
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