Bathers' safety at sea
In order to avoid that your sea holiday turns into a nasty experience, all you need to do is observe a few easy rules:
Swim only if you are in good health and sound psychological conditions; wait three hours lunch or dinner and two hours after breakfast to swim.
Do not dive off cliffs without checking first how deep the water is.
Under rough sea conditions be particularly careful and do not swim near the cliffs.
Do not swimif a red flag is flying.
Caution: a red and yellow flag indicates there are no lifeguards on duty.
Observe general rules regulating bathing activities, such as:
Do not disturb other bathers;
Do not take your pet to the beach (except where permitted);
Do not pitch tents or light bonfires on the beach.