After walking 4 km all the way uphill and then another 4 km all the way downhill on a rather nice road you arrive to a small town where about 20 years ago there was a prison. The town is completely abandoned and its like nature took over the buildings, but they are still shaped well.
Arriving in the village you will have to register, and deregister whenever you leave.
We did not spent much time in the village, as there were also no people around except for the security at the check in.
When we arrived on the beach there were few people. A long strech of beach and we felt like we were alone there.
We did got worried a bit as we thought to take a boat back to the village, but there wasn't any boat back, so we could relax just for one hour before heading back as it was a long and hard walk plus you don't want to get stuck on the way in the dark, there is no traffic and no streetlights of any kind. Like I said a hard walk, but well worth it!
Some tips for you:
Bring a flashlight (Just in case)
Leave early so you can enjoy fully at the beach without being back in time
Take water and something to eat as you wont find anything on the way there. Once on the beach there was one guy selling some softdrinks and water.
Maybe some toiletpaper as well... Just in case... there is really nothing on the way....
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