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SECURITY
TIPS

Currently our community is one of the most important tourist and surfing destinations. Our currents, tides and strong waves can cause problems for even the most experienced swimmer or surfer. We recommend that you take a look at these tips.

Improve your swimming skills.
Stay away from rocks.
Identify dangerous zones and get information from the Lifeguards.
Never swim or surf alone.
Follow Lifeguards sings and directions.

WARNING
FLAGS

In order to ensure the safety of bathers, our team has adopted a universal warning flag system, which alerts locals and tourists before entering the sea. At the entrances to the beach we have placed signs with warnings and recommendations.
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RED & YELLOW

Indicates danger zone, and it is recommended to enter the water only if you have skills and knowledge to handle in those conditions.

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RED & YELLOW

The red-yellow flag means that it is an area guarded by lifeguards. It is always recommended to check the conditions before entering the water.

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BLACK

It symbolizes a very dangerous area, they are not suitable for swimming, they tend to have rocks and strong waves. It is recommended not to enter.

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RIP
CURRENTS

  • Keep calm and don’t swim against the current.
  • Swim to one side, parallel to the coast, and then to the beach.
  • If you can’t escape, stay afloat and ask for help.