Obviously in August it can get a little busy, with the camp-site alongside full up, the bars busy with weekenders and the surrounding towns packed with locals looking for a spot to cool off. But the area is vast and you can nearly always find a spot to yourself. There are a few bars close by, including the camp site restaurant that offers a lot better value - in the humble opinion of this user. The water is warm, clear and although there is an absence of golden sand, more of a muddy shore-line really - once you are in the water the 360 degrees view is better than you will find along any of the busier coastal resorts.
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