Today we drove across the island from Kneza, past the little town of Pupnat, to a lovely pebble beach. With the new road that was built a couple of years ago, it’s only a 20 minute drive.
At the foot of some beautiful cliffs, lies the beach, fading from turquoise water to blue further out in the bay.
The special part of this beach is that it is made of tiny pebbles… they are all rounded, silky and smooth, and are comfortable to sit on and walk into the crystal clear water. The only problem you’re likely to have, is that playing with the pebbles and running them through your fingers is addictive… we came home with two bottles of smooth and touchable pebbles, perfect for making a japanese serenity garden, or for the bottom of your goldfish bowl!
During the summer, there are three small, quaint restaurants available at the beach, that serve affordable delicious food. As we’re here in September, the restaurants were closed, but it was easy enough to take a few snacks along. Although it’s September 24th, the ocean is still 25 degrees… perfect for swimming!