Droved past here last May on a long weekend and it was too crowded. The beach was nice, calm clear waters and creamy white sand. It was fairly clean at that time but there was quite a lot of boats docked so finding a good spot to swim was a challenge. We decided to leave and return during non-peak season weekends since we were not able to find any place to stay since the place was already overbooked (local houses were having their rooms rented for visitors since all of the beach resorts were packed).
We returned last June 17 and boy were we in for a surprise... not a good one. The beach was full of trash, plastic bags, bottle and what not and also a whole lot of washed up sea grass. You can't even see the sand near the shore with the amount of grass and trash lying around. Looks like the locals don't care cleaning the beach when its not peak season. There was still a lot of boats docked but not as jam packed as last time we were there. It was truly disheartening to see such a beautiful beach so unmaintained. Would have been a a nice place to visit during off peak season. We might still return, but just to visit the islands near the area.
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