We went to this site in the middle of August - it is quiet an isolated but you can walk in to the local town along the coastal path (but it is rugged in places) - you will get to the lighthouse and then be able to pick up a beautiful path right to the town. We were expecting a shuttle bus from the site but this is apparently only available in low season. As we were in a motor home this was originally a draw but it took nothing away from our holiday. Walking around the town we actually found decent parking on the outskirts where the holiday apartments are (next to some rough ground where the road was extremely wide and no restrictions). The town is beautiful and we ate at a very decent fish restaurant right on the edge of the beach. The town has a mini supermarket and a lovely vintage shop - cycling routes all good. The site itself has access to the very rocky coast - this can be rough in places but we walked along the path until we were happy with our spots. I like to snorkel and this was fabulous - you will need footwear for going in to the sea. The site itself has an absolutely lovely pool area with plenty of seating and the restaurant overlooks the pool if you want to get something to eat. There is a small room in the Restaurant that sells some provisions but no fresh food. A local farmer does come to the site once a week to sell his organic produce. All lovely, fresh and very tasty. A good site to relax on. We would be happy to return. Very enjoyable.