My family and I loved this beautiful beach. Even my husband who is not a fan of swimming was in the water several times in our four-day stay. We could see lots of interesting fish as we swam, and took a look at the tide pools one evening. The only downside is that the black volcanic sand is pretty sticky and hard to get off, even after it dried, nothing to complain about. Gorgeous sunsets, warm water, even a few places to rest in the shade.
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