During the week we were here, this beach was generally empty except for 10-12 local teens and maybe 10 tents scattered about (which seem to be make-shift homeless camps)? We ventured down and had a BLAST running in and out of the waves, but parts can be rocky about 15' in, so make sure to wear roof shoes, etc. When we finished, we went back to the car and there were a couple folks sleeping/passed out next to the showers. No-one approached us for cash or bothered us in any manner....none of the 'this beach is for local's only' BS that people have mentioned from years past. This part of the island has A LOT of people living on the beach and more derelict cars that you can imagine, but we never felt in harms way.
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