Sunbeds and umbrellas will set you back 6 euros each.
The water conditions here can be quite choppy and unpredictable at times, so be careful – not just in the water, but on the sand too, as waves have a tendency to wash over towels and belongings unexpectedly.
Arrive early to score a good spot on the sand in August, as it’s a favoured haunt of the French and Italian holidaymakers who hit the island on their annual holidays, making it very crowded indeed.
Be sure to stick around for sunset – there’s nothing quite like the feeling of watching it sink into the sea from your privileged place on the sand.
- Seasoned travellers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching