To get down to this stunning bay there are quite a few steps and longish path down to the beach, but well worth the effort.
When the tide is out you can still swim here ok, as the sea doesn't seem to go out as far as the other bigger bays on the island, and not too far to walk out, but the best thing to do is check the tide times and go down there and watch the tide come in, covering the big rocks as it comes in.
It is a sandy beach underfoot when swimming, but there are no facilities here so bring your lunch
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