Trianggulasi Beach


Triangulasi is one of the beaches that located in Alas Purwo National Park, and it near to Pura Luhur Giri Salaka and Ngagelan Beach. In addition, the beach is also only 2km away from Plengkung beach.

The name Trianggulasi was taken from Triangulasi monument, which is a monument marker of fastening point in the measurement and mapping area, which is located about 500m from the north coast. Local communities often call Tanggul Asri, because it is difficult to call Trianggulasi.

The beach is precisely located in Tegaldlimo village, where it has a beach forest formations This is a typical of white sandy beach with the clear blue ocean over the sight.

The wave at this beach is quite high and relatively unsafe for surfing. Hence, it is not allowed for the visitors to surf or swim at this beach.

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