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Watu Karung beach

Pantai Watu Karung in Pacitan is nirvana real, coastal exotic Sewu Mountains Geopark give the beauty of the beach with group of islands, turquoise sea, soft white sand and two surf spots rip curl bring the barrel and waves of left and right simultaneously.

Watu Karung in Pacitan is the third location for rip curl surf after Wediombo beach and Krakal beach in row along the coastline Sewu Mountains Geopark presenting great waves of the Indian Ocean. The challenged surfers riding waves on coral reefs and in between the rock walls.

Coral islands are Sirondo, Wayang, Gedebag and Glatik become beautiful scenery exotic white sandy shoreline. When the sea water was receding looks beautiful coral reefs and people refer to as the "Great Barrier Reef from Pacitan".

Tinuku Travel Watu Karung beach in Pacitan gave two spots rip curl surf big waves and barrel left-right between rock walls

Travel.Tinuku.com Watu Karung beach in Pacitan gave two spots rip curl surf big waves and barrel left-right between rock walls

A port has dozens of traditional boats as fish auctions by local fishermen as well as in Baron beach, while in other locations is beach-type reef break and the ocean floor in the form of rock at certain times to produce a barrel of four meters that will make surfers seemed to be in heaven.

Green trees complete the elements of beauty for camping and hammocking, while walking a few meters to the soft sand for sunbathing to enjoy a touch of the tropical climate while listening to the sound of crashing waves.

The goofy style and natural style surfers can surf because the beach has waves of right and left. The place is also not too crowded, so the visitors could catch waves freely. Offshore wind typically comes in from April to October as the best time to mingle with the Watu Karung barrels.

Activities are often carried out by local residents is fishing on the cliffs lining the coast or renting traditional boats owned by fishermen for fishing to sea. A dock and fish markets which offer catches by fishermen for delicious seafood dishes.

Activity: Surfing, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, trekking, hiking, camping, hammocking, seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants, villas, guesthouses, homestays.

Tinuku Travel Watu Karung beach in Pacitan gave two spots rip curl surf big waves and barrel left-right between rock walls

Travel.Tinuku.com Watu Karung beach in Pacitan gave two spots rip curl surf big waves and barrel left-right between rock walls

Routes and public transport: If taking the bus from Yogyakarta to the Giwangan Bus Terminal to the Pacitan city, then to Watu Karung beach location.

Location: Desa Watu Karung, Pringkuku, Pacitan.

Reach access: 25 km from Pacitan city, 115 km from Yogyakarta city, 110 Km from Adisucipto International Airport, 115 Km from Tugu Railway Station and 115 Km from Lempuyangan Railway Station.



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