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Yumigahama Beach, Minamiizu-cho

(4.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Curving along the coastline and offering calm waters, Yumigahama Beach provides a quiet retreat just off Minato. Gaze out upon the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean from the 1.2 km (0.75 mi) wide beach, sheltered in a small bay and lapped by gentle swells splashing against the shore. Remaining shallow for quite a way out, the beach makes a great spot for children to paddle in calm conditions. Some 20-30 minutes by car from Shimoda city, the beach is far from the nearest station, so it's best to take a bus or a car and use the local parking facilities. A restaurant in a small service area just above the beach offers green tea and ice cream. Using our online itinerary creator, Minamiizu-cho attractions like Yumigahama Beach can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Arch beach. It is drew the arc as the name of the bow to the beautiful beach. Summer is crowded and going, no winter weekdays. Summer is different from a quiet beach at the break while motorcycle touring. It is also the toilet. Whats up refresh with no peaceful beaches and blue skies of winter.
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  • This is the best this season and watch the sea. Sky, sea, and sand and just relaxing. To the sound of the waves also listened to it I think.
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  • It is a seaside resort in the beautiful landscape of the arc of the bow, as the name suggests. Staff, visited the beach season, but fewer people than I thought. I and probably most people in Shirahama remained, not South of it.
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