Really beautiful, rugged beach with stone arches, shady spots, and tons of wildlife/birds. It's a hike down to the beach (steps and rough, steep path), so be mindful if you're traveling with elderly or super-young kids.
Be sure to pay for parking. If you park on the street, park ACROSS the street. The side that's nearest the beach looked like an inviting place to park; we and everyone else got a $71 ticket. The cars across the street were ticket-less (though the parking signs don't differ).
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