This is a great beach to visit. We found three markers on the road, one on the guard rail, one on cement, and a small white sign. Park at the road and walk down a small hill and then follow the path. The path is wide and when we visited, it was clear of debris. We walked for about 15 minutes at a fairly slow rate ( had a 7 and 10 year old and a 65 year old). We did not encounter any water to wade through as it hadn't rained too much recently. But I could tell that if it had rained, there would be a considerable distance of wading in water. Once we got to the beach, it was perfect. The sand was jet black and shimmered. The cliffs along the beach added to this unique experience. Wild horses walked along the beach too. If you have time and it hasn't been too rainy, put this stop on your to do list.
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