Tropical Beach, Ginowan

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Take a swim in the Pacific at Tropical Beach, one of the most popular beaches on the main island. With a comfortable netted-off swimming area, this manmade beach is kid-friendly. You can reserve BBQ spots for beach parties and rent a stand. Observe the sunset, ride banana boats and jet skis, snorkel or scuba dive in clear water. The beach is 40 minutes by car from the closest airport. It offers free parking, restrooms, showers, and food facilities. With our international travel planner, Ginowan attractions like Tropical Beach can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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176 reviews
  • August 14, 2017
    Always fun and exciting. Great swimming and picnic areas available for family's and large groups. Ice cream, snack food, and small shoppette at the location. But I would recommend bringing own beach g...  more »
  • August 6, 2017
    Yi ye 灣, beach, rest area, Lifeguard, with rules drawn car park parking lot, progress to only happen now is free of parking, really interesting begins. There are pay showers and storage demand. Because of accidental release of fully furnished apartments-view from the 駕 bit, but really open hearts, to the Red Rope Ying this lets go to beach water play, just don't expect this 優 beautiful scenery, weighting the Naha urban area of approximately half an hour car ride, and MTV alert you a game.
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  • August 6, 2017
    Spark Festival every April, and IM. By the way, 6:00, but it is almost impossible to look at a nearby parking lot and do not here in this way as before at the Hilton Jetty in tha one that many locals have already tucked in look. Lies can also package looking at. The problem is that none of the bathroom in this 1KM all over the place near the ...
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  • July 5, 2017
    The sea is beautiful here although there's many hotels and other buildings surrounding it. I think it is the closest beach to Naha which is worth visiting, but if you want to see a more natural setting you have to go farther northwards.
  • April 30, 2017
    Easy to reach and free more or less. If you ride a bike it's very easy to get close to the beach area. BBQing is ok here so bring your own stuff and cook out. Plenty of covered areas. You can reserve these ahead of time but unless it is mid summer or holiday it isn't required.
  • September 11, 2016
    This is one of the nicer beaches on Okinawa. It has free parking but it is limited so get there early. Beach use is free and it has restrooms and changing rooms. Additionally you can rent umbrellas and sun shades for larger crowds. You can bring your own tents but will be required to set them up behind the rentals. There is a fair amount of open beach to use and the swimming area is netted so wildlife, such as jellyfish, can get in. Additionally, there are grassy areas and a park nearby if you want to take a break from the water. There is no snorkeling allowed; flotation devices (rings, tubes, water wings) are allowed but are limited to personal sizes (no multi-person rafts). It is a great place to spend a sunny day!
  • April 30, 2017
    Very clean and friendly facilities. Good for BBQ if u are a big group.
  • August 6, 2016
    Probably one of the nicest beaches I've been to so far. There is parking for no cost. There is bathrooms. There is a roped off area. And if you want to there's lots of areas you can reserve for parties.

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