We are now on the west coast of the island of Sao Miguel, where you can swim in the warm water in a bay.
There is even less “walkable” sandy beach here in Malta, and if there is, there is black sand there as well. The coast is rocky everywhere, and in the same way, you can enter the water on metal ladders. You don’t see too many bathers here because it’s the ocean, not the sea, and it’s pretty cold.
On such stretches of coast, you can find the most beautiful volcanic rocks. Tile tiles are made in the city as well.
There are changing rooms along the bay, but dressing up on the beach is more fun 🙂
Bathing is far from as simple as you might guess from the image below. This is because the undulating ocean of 12-15 degrees enters the bay with great force, every 4-5 minutes, and the task is to cling on the stretched ropes to the very top of the bay, where the literally hot water from the island flows into the ocean , and give a pleasant 30-40 degree mixture.
I’ll answer to the question “Who are these girls” soon 🙂