It looks pristine. Especially when you look down at it from -say- the Hibok Hibok volcano.
It's absolutely gorgeous to be there during the sunset.
But honestly, for the rest it's nothing. There's nothing there. There's only sand. There's not a single tree.
During the season there may be some little tents of locals selling some stuff, and fishermen dock here to empty their nets after their catch in the morning.
That makes for interesting views.
For the rest... You can walk back and forth it (if it's not flooded by the tide) in 10 minutes.
Don't reserve a day for it.