Since the beach is a protected area, you are not allowed to go there with sunbeds, umbrellas and inflatables. No fishing, lighting fires, camping and driving on the beach either.
A turtle conservation can also be found at Lara beach. This station helps the turtle eggs hatch and take them out to the sea. To get the conservation station you will need to go by foot from where you park your car. During May to mid-August is when the turtles lay their eggs. Volunteers monitor the female turtles and then in June and July they collect the eggs and place them in the hatchery for protection.