At the end of the museum tour, we walked to the nearby Red Sand Beach, a bay under a red rock, so it is also a red beach. Although the beach is Sandy and stony, it does not affect people's interest in seeing it, so there are more tourists here than in museums, especially many Chinese tourists. Along the road leading to the red beach, a Greek folk musician stood barefoot with a violin, and melodious Greek music came from the loudspeaker beside him. He sells his CD recordings by performing live. It happens that a group of Chinese students came here. Perhaps they were attracted by the deep and happy music, and they all gave generously to buy CD recordings. Many people took the initiative to take pictures with young people playing the violin. Music broke through the barriers of nationality and language and really became a link connecting people's hearts. After leaving Hongshi Beach, we returned to the museum door about 15 minutes on foot. After a short wait, we took a regular bus back to Ferra Town Bus Station.