There is no beach to speak of in the village; paved terraces serve as alternatives, boasting bars, sunbeds and parasols with steps down to the sea. Several pebbly and rocky stretches are within easy reach and have clean, clear water.
Shopping here consists of souvenir shops and small minimarkets. There is a a central market place.
During the daytime there are nearby beaches, hotel facilities or local excursions; yacht cruises; glass-bottomed boat tours and scuba diving.
The nightlife here offers a choice of bars and small nightclubs; there is an open-air disco on the outskirts, and regular harbour parties in summer.
There is a handful of genuinely local restaurants serving local specialities, namely seafood. Little in the way of international cuisine, unless you include the ubiquitous pizza and hamburger.
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