As you head towards the beach, take the opportunity to admire the extensive fields of undulating cereal crops and the many megalithic monuments that can be found throughout the area, particularly the menhirs carved out of limestone. As you reach the shore, the farmland gives way to Mediterranean coastal scrub. The shell-shaped beach looks like a little piece of paradise, beckoning you to take a dip in the bay’s generally calm and transparent waters. The bay is delimited by a large platform of limestone pavement (rock which has been deeply carved by erosion) to the west and high, craggy cliffs to the east. This is a great beach for diving as there is an extensive area of fascinating underwater rock formations. Walking along the eastern cliff top is another popular pastime and affords fabulous views over the coastline.