This is a large bay with a sandy beach, where extensive rock reefs are exposed at low tide. There is a dock for small boats and surfing is popular here. The beach is renowned for the large number of fossils to be found; and after a spell of clear weather, diving and snorkelling to explore some of the numerous underwater wrecks in the area is possible. Access to the beach is via a steep road running from the village. The beach has won a Quality Coast Award. There are plenty of terrific walks in the vicinity, cycle paths and opportunities for horse riding.