Ikei-jima Park, Uruma

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#3 of 11 in Parks in Uruma
A bridge guarded by two sculpted lions leads to Ikei-jima Park, where you can enjoy a tranquil atmosphere surrounded by lush nature. Take a walk across the fine white sand with sharp rock formations scattered all around, or rent a beach chair and kick back with a cool beverage from a seaside bar. The shallow water lapping the island's coastline boasts colorful schools of fish and corals--an ideal setting for young swimmers and inexperienced divers. To visit Ikei-jima Park and get the most from your holiday in Uruma, create itinerary details personal to you using our Uruma vacation generator.
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  • August 7, 2017
    There was a beautiful sea and sugar cane fields. Enjoy the spacious and relaxing time. Noticeable is the very small island I Island attractions and archaeological sites.
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  • July 21, 2017
    Sea Road, you can go by road ikei island. Beach was beautiful, the beach is coming locals on weekends and holidays. Very crowded on weekdays.
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  • July 12, 2017
    It was looking forward to was going across the Sea Road and Guidebook was ordinary bridge. That went towards the lighthouse navigation lighthouse. The sea was beautiful.
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Several resorts and mid-range hotels dot the coast of Uruma, or lie on one of its offshore islands. You can also find a number of budget-friendly lodgings nearby. Most establishments offer cozy, private rooms, indoor or outdoor pools, and spa treatments. Some visitors opt to stay outside of town at one of the bustling resorts on Okinawa's coast, overlooking the South China Sea.
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