This beach is located in a little cove, protected by long cliffs to each side. The sand is an odd silvery color and often littered with unusual coral pieces and shells. Fire-lizard clutches are a bit more common because of how quiet and safe this beach is, though they are well hidden.
Some of the beaches around Cerulean are remote and mostly untraveled, though others of the Southern Continent will have several visitors. Take a dip, or associate with the pods of dolphins that patrol these waters. This is also where fire-lizard nests are most likely to be found.