We stayed here in August with our 2 young sons and had a fabulous time. It is exactly as the pictures show and you listen to the sea waves at night from your bed. A small bay that is busy by day and silent by night as the beach restaurants and music (mainly reggae) finish when the last beach visitors leave. Snorkelling, canoeing, free sun beds and delicious home cooked food to cater for all needs at the beach restaurant cooked by our hosts and their grandmother - it is a real family affair with their cousins serving at the table too.
We were picked up by our hosts from the port and made to feel very welcome throughout our stay. We had lots of goodies and fruit in our fridge when we arrived and clearly lots of thought and detail had been put into our stay/arrival. Only tip would be to bring plenty of cash as the restaurant does not take cards and if you don’t have a car (we didn’t as just wanted to chill), the nearest ATM is a fair drive away. There is a local very basic mini market 15mins walk but do not expect to buy or find very much here except pasta, wine, beer, soft drinks and biscuits! Part of the attraction of this location is that it really off the beaten track and beautifully unspoilt! Can only recommend! Hardest part is leaving, but we hope to return!