This beach is, hands-down, the most beautiful place that I have ever visited.
A small portion of the excitement is based on the long journey you have to make to get there. Try to find a trick, because I certainly did not find one. I parked WAY WAY out by the highway (to the southeast of the beach), thinking that I could not drive over the bumpy road at all. In retrospect, I should have gone further before parking. Unless they have changed things, there are two or three parking lots along the way, each an indicator that the road ahead is getting even worse. When you get close to the coast, you turn right along a path that leads north. From there, you follow a trail to a VERY BEAUTIFUL beach with a weird abandoned house next to it. That's not the beach. Pick up the trail at the north side of this beach again and follow it through the lava rocks (I hope that I don't get anyone killed) and eventually you get to the actual beach. There may be another way to access the beach from the north or northeast which is easier.
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