The harbour is lovely with lots of bars, shops and restaurants although we found that those right on the seafront charged more than those just behind. There are no time-share touts but you do get lots of Africans approaching you trying to sell sunglasses, DVDs etc. These young guys were always friendly and were not pushy. In fact we had a good laugh with some of them and if anything they added to the holiday. Some people were quite rude to them which I thought was a shame. They are only trying to make a few quid and were full of fun. I even bought a belt from one lad and I'm very pleased with it. I bought a couple of DVDs as well for a couple of Euros and was rather surprised to find that they played fine when I got home!
There is a friendly and visible police presence in the area and overall I found the place to have a good, safe, feeling to it.
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