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Punaauia Beach, Punaauia

(3.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Take a rejuvenating trip to Punaauia Beach, a quiet sandy beach renowned for its snorkeling opportunities and calm, shallow water. Popular with locals, the beach's clear water makes it a great place to spot colorful sea creatures and coral, whether you're paddling, swimming, or snorkeling. Gaze out to sea at the island of Moorea, and relax under the palm trees that line the shore. Browse the handicraft shop that operates here, and treat yourself to a souvenir or snack. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Punaauia Beach and many more Punaauia attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Punaauia itinerary builder.
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  • Lovely white sandy beach, it offers a portion of the lagoon or coral and poisons are still in good condition. On the side of sand there is room for all, the ideal is to get there in the morning around 8: 00, there is parking space sometimes in the shade, but should not delay. The lagoon is often very quiet in the morning and few people in the ideal water to paddle. people come to 9, 10: 00 and if it's sunny the beach fills up quickly. Watch out for sunburn to people of passages or newcomers, think to put sunscreen of good quality and regularly renew especially on children
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  • This is a great lagoon beach on the white sand side of Tahiti with tranquil, warm, clear water that’s ideal for snorkelling. The beach also boasts parking, toilets and showers, grassed and shaded area...  more »
  • At this point, flows a river into the sea and thus interrupts the protective reef, so that the waves can freely penetrate down to the beach. Many local surfers can romp in the waves. The large Bay has a steeply sloping beach and grey-brown sand. Very well maintained it here not just looks, so we would rather forgo a bath in the sea.
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