Unlike the pictures I'd seen before I visited, you can't stand on the beach and see the lagoon and the sea at the same time. However, the sand on this beach is so white and soft! It's amazing. I visited off-peak, so it was never too busy, but it could get a little windy at times - especially in the evening. The sun loungers near the main entrance cost 20 Euros, but they get cheaper the further up you walk. There are plenty of places to put down your own loungers and you can even find some nice spots in the dunes behind the main beach. The water is really shallow, clean and clear. I've heard from locals that it can get very crowded in peak season. There are not many places to get good on the beach, so worth packing your own if you plan to stay a while.
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