During low tide -- you must check the tide tables before going -- you can walk into two dark caves (take a flashlight) for a fun adventure. Watch the many small rocks (flip-flops are not good) getting to and going in these rather spooky places. Along the beach you'll also see a waterfall (again, flip-flops are not good for climbing up to the top of same) and the remains of the original coastal roadway chiseled out of rock faces. This used to be the only way to travel up and down the coast via horse & buggy and car. This beach is great for picnics and evening bonfires, but don't get caught...check those tide tables.
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