Pailus Beach in Jepara Regency, Central Java Province
Not only does it offer the beauty of Jepara’s typical Troso weaves, the regency which is the entrance to Karimun Jawa also offers a very tempting natural charm. This beach is in the same place as Empu Rancak Beach, namely in Karanggondang Village, Mlonggo Sub-district, belongs to Jepara. After passing the Mlonggo traffic light junction, turn left. Here you will find a signpost leading to Bondo. Near the school you will find a gate that says Pantai Pailus. After that, you will find a signpost that will guide you to one of the beaches of Jepara pride.
What makes Pailus Beach a worthy vacation spot? The first reason is indeed the sea panorama. The horizon looks vast and the sea has calm waves. Some local fisherman boats are also often seen there. Despite the fact, tourists won’t find a boat rental service (which is a little bit disappointing). As an alternative, they can rent a tire buoy for playing water in the sea. The beach also resides near to a local settlement, so tourists can get some foods and modest accommodations easily. During regular days, there is no entrance fee. However, tourists need to pay some money if they come during big holidays.
Like its sibling (Empu Rancak Beach), there is no fee to enter Pailus Beach. Some people wonder what they can do on the site, though. As for the reference, the beach is suitable for beach walking and playing sand. It is because the sandy shoreline is thick and comfortable enough for those activities. Next, the beach is also known for its romantic nuance. Thanks to the beautiful sunset in the afternoon. As an alternative, tourists should come early in the morning to witness the stunning sunrise!
For the information, Pailus Beach has a similar contour to that of a cape. That means it is safe enough for swimming and other casual water sports. Despite the fact, everyone should be careful when enjoying those activities. The waves are unpredictable sometimes, especially during the high tide. Therefore, parents are not recommended to let their kids getting into the water. It is better to be safe than sorry, isn’t it? A good alternative is to watch the activity of the local fishermen. These people even park their boats in that area, so tourists can take selfies in front of the boats later.
On regular days, the most common visitors at Pailus Beach are local kids and some of the outsiders. However, the beach becomes crowded during big holidays. At those times, visitors must spend some money to pay the entrance fee. Those who want to get a free access should only come during regular days, therefore.
To Get There
A trip to Jepara Beach takes approximately 2 hours and 12 minutes, as the distance is 78.1 km. It can be faster if tourists take Kudus – Semarang Street, actually. Next, from Jepara, tourists can take Jepara – Bangsri Street and head to Karanggondang Village at Mlonggo Sub-District, where the beach is located. The distance is 11.5 km, so the trip may take around 22 minutes.
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