A number of public toilets are available along the length of the bay with access to the beach without crossing roads.
Very safe bathing at all states of the tide. At high tide, sections of beach are rapidly covered to the sea wall, when care is needed, but otherwise the beach slopes very gently and rough conditions are rare during the season.
Water and beach sports:
The bay is popular with local windsurfers and hobie cats. Water skiing and jetskis are available from La Haule as are wakeboards and banana rides. For details of water sport activities in this area and on other beaches visit our Sights and Activities section.
Cafés of varying sizes can be found at several locations along the beach, as well as beach kiosks at intervals in between.
Although close to a densely populated area, the beach is so long that it rarely becomes crowded, except in the high season close to the main car parks. A short stroll will lead to an uncrowded stretch of sand.