Honestly, without a doubt, this is unmissable. I’m a bit of a sea freak. I love the waves, the noise, the smell and the swell.
Take care and walk in good footwear if possible around the rock pools and if you go close to any edge don’t turn your back on the swell.
The waves come in sets about 5-10 minutes apart and even at relatively low tide it can be exiting to watch and feel the waves crashing in - on a windy day at high tide around full moon you’d be absolutely nuts to miss it.
Only down side - go early or late or be inundated with tourists who are noisy, a little rude and quite loud. They get in front of you when you’re taking photos and have little respect and patience for your relative space.
All the vendors (too many of them) show their prices in oriental characters only so don’t get ripped off and take your own drinks.
The sheer volume of these people versus the amount litter left behind tells you all you need to know.
The action sea-side and the ‘Devils Tear’s’ do make up for it, though.