The main beach terminates at a 200 m long reef, which separates it from the western beach (1415) which continues on for another 5.8 km. This beach is similar with high waves a 300 m wide double bar surf zone, and an inner surf interrupted by several reefs, each of which induces strong permanent rips. Active dunes extending up to 1 km inland back the entire beach.
Beach Length: 5.8km
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