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The beach is man-made, it is right near the port so you might see some ships in a distance. Swimming is not allowed, only in a little pool near by. The seats and tables are over expensive, no food around. If you want to get...More
Just what the title says, the sand? Maybe 3-5 inches 11-17 cm. the price to pay is border outrageous, plus you can't go in the water. (still to much pollution and mercury) in the water. They charge you for everything from the chairs to the...More
The beach looks close on a map but was about a 2 hour drive (maybe quicker if one took the train to Tangu, then drove). There is a fee to enter the compound containing beach access and associated buildings and attractions.
We visited on a...More