It\'s very much a 1-horse town, there\'s basically the beach, a couple of shops owned by Sirenis, and 2 Sirenis hotels.
The beach itself was very nice, even though we didn\'t use it much.
It\'s quite a small cove, but there are 2 cafe\'s on the beach, pedalo hire, a small jetski/motor boat hire place, and a jetty where you can get the water taxi into San Antonio, or Calla Bassa beach - it costs €3.50 per person 1 way.
The beach seemed pretty clean, and the water was very shallow for some way out.
The Bus to San Antonio stops just outside the hotel, and they operate a minimum fare of €1.20 for under 9km, it does take a rather indirect route, but ...
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Taxi\'s cost ~€7-€8 to San Antonio.
Over the road from the hotels, you will find several shops, and a snackbar.
The supermarket is owned by Sirenis, and is very expensive, you are much better off walking down the road for 10-15mins to where there are many more shops, bars, cafe\'s etc, and prices are much, much lower.
One example of price gouging by the hotels supermarket is fresh milk - something every self catering family will want - €3.40 for a liter, compared to €1.35 down the road - almost everything has a large markup, as they know many people can\'t be bothered with a 15min each way walk.
For value for money, you definitely want to walk 10-15mins to reach the next center, plus, you can get the water taxi to San Antonio from there for €2 instead of €3.50 :)
There are many more bars, restaurants and shops, with a much wider choice.
As there are only the 2 Sirenis hotels, I definitely wouldn\'t return.