There are many street vendors selling coconut water, sugar cane juice and snacks along the coast, and there are many lovers and partners. There are many residents swimming on the sea, and there are few foreign tourists. The scenery is unsatisfactory. A bit boring beach, not many facilities...can't order drinks, it would be better if you can order food or drink. We seem to have only stayed for 10 minutes and then left.
The sand is fine, the water is clean, and there are few people. It is definitely a holiday destination. It meets all your requirements for the sea. There will be less than half of the people on the beach. It belongs to your personal beach, only a sparse group of two or three foreign ones. Not bad for holiday families!
When the bus drove us to the Red Beach in the morning, there were few tourists. The tour guide takes care of the bumps and bumps on the ground here in advance, so pay special attention. Due to geological movement, many areas are blocked by ropes and cannot be approached. We took photos of the most charming bays and steep mountains formed by red clay. A Greek musician was playing the violin with a melodious sound. I couldn't help but put a tip in the case and take a photo with him. In the other corner, a Greek craftsman is playing with artworks. Look for the restroom nearby. A building with blue roof and white walls is the restroom. Marvel ❗️
At the Red Beach there are many seafood restaurants here, many delicious snail dishes, there are many sugarcane juice shops in the evening, cheap price, gentle atmosphere for those who need to talk.
Quiet sea. Clean water. Pretty much plastic waste. Famous back then during WWll
Take a bus ride along the coast and watch the waves