This 2km corniche, to the west of Seeb, has a landscaped area for walking, enjoying sea views, sniffing drying sardines and watching the fishermen mending nets while footballers compete for a pitch on the sand. Various ad hoc coffeeshops come alive in the evenings. Swimming is possible anywhere along the beach – in discreet swimwear.
For shell enthusiasts, the long flat sands at low tide are a great place to see horn, turret and auger shells. The corniche is shaded along its length by palm trees and is lit at night.