The soft sand and clear blue sea
It is a swimming beach in Gimnyeong Village, called “Gimnyeong,” because it looks like a Chinese character square from the sky.
Sand has been piled up the lava of a broad and flat rock.
Waves breaking in the white sand make a cool sound, and the cobalt-colored sea scenery makes you feel the beauty of Jeju’s.
The soft sand and clear blue sea water on a small white sand beach blend with the surrounding rocky cliffs provide a beautiful view.
Convenience facilities such as campgrounds, parking lots, toilets, dressing rooms and showers are evenly provided.
Also you can enjoy camping, windsurfing and water skiing.
It was a great experience, so I introduce it here, but I don’t want it to be famous and have more people.
It’s only natural that more people get contaminated. I want it to be kept clean as it is.
The parasols are in a semicircle, arranged order.
I’ll have to pay extra to use there, right?
Personally, I think it’s okay to bring a tent and play with it.
Besides, there’s a campsite nearby, so it’s good for camping.
Cobalt blue clean sea
Walking along the beach, you can observe Wind Power Generators turning from the winds of Jeju.
Nearby, the fishing ground for the rocks on the seashore is a popular attraction for fishermen, while various caves, including Yongcheon Cave, Dangcheomul Cave and Manjang Cave, are located nearby, allowing visitors to enjoy a cool summer vacation.
Because of the unusual topography, It also has a geological track.
Geological Trail is a walking path that uses UNESCO World Geological Park to blend the geological resources of each region with the history and culture of the village.
Available (up to 200 small sized cars)