This is a beautiful beach that the kids will love. Parents will have a relaxing time watching the splashing. You have to come here!
It's easy to get to this beach. You only have about a 5 minute ride once you get off the paved road. You'll see the cement pathway down to the beach when the road makes a sharp turn.
There's hardly any parking spots here. You'll just be parking on the side of the road. Maybe there are spots for three cars here at most. So if you find a spot, you're good good.
The "parking spots" are located right next to the cement path down to the beach. If you can't find a spot, the beach is probably too full. Drive back out to the last snack bar and have an ice cream. Wait 30 to 40 minutes and give it another try.
The beach is super small. Five families here would be a crowd. That should give you some idea of the size. You'll also get the sailboat crowd anchoring there boats here and swimming in.
The water is super clear due to the fact that this is a rocky beach. Bring your snorkeling gear! There's a good amount of small fish swimming around, both by the rocks and in the deeper water. Besides the fish, you'll most likely be able to spot some starfish and "sea worms."
The beach is basically surrounded by rocky "cliffs." That will confine the kids to the beach area. If you can keep them off the rocks, you should be able to relax and easily keep an eye on them.
There's a gradual slope into the water. Little ones should feel comfortable splashing around.
To really experience the beauty of this beach, try to go in the morning when there is no wind.
There's a good amount of small fish in the water. The kids should be able to scramble over the rocks easily on the right side of the beach to find their spots.
Use tiny hooks on your fishing poles. The fish that hang around the shore will usually be about 4 to 6 inches long.
Last Bit of Advice
If the kids get bored a bit and you're not ready to leave, pick up a big white rock. Wade out in the water and place that white rock on the large black rock out in the water. Then start the contest. The first person to hit the white rock with a stone, from the beach, wins. You might also think about picking up some cheap slingshots to mix up this game a bit.