Already home to a number of world class surf schools – untill recently it remained a reasonably well kept secret, offering surfing at every level from kids body boarding to competition level surfing. Popular with kyakers, paddleboarders and wind/kite surfers alike, the whole of the bay has become a playground for those who love to be on the water.
Time in the water, supplimented by time on the beach, 3 miles of sandy open beach at low tide and a wealth of picnic and BBQ spots once the tide is in.
Those who stay on can catch some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.
Here's a list of some of the resident surf schools, others use the beach at regular times.