Location - ***** for beauty
Ease of entry - *****
Staff - n/a
Facilities (showers and toilets) - no
Water and electric - no
WiFi - no
Price - no one was there for us to pay!£
Fuel - no
Entering into the port is fairly easy but there are a LOT of crab pots that you need to be aware of so it is not advised to enter at night.
With regards to what is there for convenience - absolutely nothing! No WiFi, no electric, no water, no fuel, no shops and only one hotel bar. The bar is nice though but it cost us about €18 for 2 little beers!
What is there is stunning though, there’s a main beach and then a couple of other ones around the cove, all sandy and very clean. The rocks around the cove are pink granite too which is beautiful. When the tide is in, part of the edge of the cove becomes an island but you can walk to it from land when the tides out. It’s got some cliffs that you can climb and huge rock pools everywhere with loads of little crabs and sea animals in.
We both said this port was one of the nicest we’ve stayed because of its natural beauty and the opportunities to explore it - if you’re travelling past, definitely take a look!