This cove is approximately 400 feet long, and its stairway is along the side of the Diver's Cove condominiums.
Popular activities include skin and scuba diving. This is a small beach and is rarely crowded during week days. The beach will wash out at moderate high tides.
Hazardous and rip conditions are numerous. Rock areas to the
north are flat and very dangerous under swell conditions. The water at the
southern end under the condominiums is known as "Razors" due to the many sharp,
shallow rocks present. All along the beach the bottom is rocky, and there is a
drop-off about five feet out from the shore. The Splash Rock area is popular
with divers, but should be avoided by swimmers.
If you do visit this area please do not take, collect or disturb any of the marine life. The taking or collecting of rocks, shells, or marine life is prohibited. Fishing is not allowed at this beach.