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This is one of those places that I am really hesitant to write a review about. I could try to be subtle and say that you should visit here if you are ever in the area. But, IT IS INCREDIBLE!!!! Long, wide beach with spectacular...More
We wanted a full meal for a reasonable price and this place was perfect. The portions were generous with an amazing view of the ocean. We left very full and satisfied. The theatre in Cow's Head is right next door so this was very convenient...More
We stayed in a nearby hotel for 5 days, and after a day of driving, or hiking, we chilled out at this beach about four times. We never saw more than a handful of people, even on warm, sunny afternoons. The beach is pristine. There...More
The beach offers one of the most spectacular views of the sun going down in the west. One can walk a way out into the ocean as the water is very shallow. While walking on the beach you will find some of the most beautiful...More
I remember visiting this beach as a child and returning with my own children was no disappointment . The beach is gorgeous and we caught a lovely warm day in July! If you’re looking for a sandy beach check it out, the water is shallow...More
An amazing expanse of fine beach sand, interesting rock and beautiful grassy dunes. We walked it both morning and evening and enjoyed the gentle breeze with nothing but clean, fresh air. A beautiful spot not to be missed!
Been here a few times,the most recent just a few days ago.We noticed a lot of seaweed on the beach this time but Im sure the next really high water will take care of it.The beach is really wide when the tide is out.Part of...More