New Destination has concept of conservation with landscape of pine trees along the coast.

Cemara Beach
The black sandy beach with a row of cypress trees along the coast, has become one of the alternative near Banyuwangi city center. The evergreen beach is divided into two, a zone for visitors and a core zone. in the core zone, visitors cannot enter this area. this core zone is used for turtle nesting. When the turtle spawned season, on the beach the fir is also one of the turtles to lay eggs, where is in this place also provided a semi-natural place to lay eggs.

Beautiful Evergreen Trees
The broodstock of this evergreen tree was brought from Madura, and is now a shady and neatly arranged line of pine forests. More than 16,000 pine trees stretched along the beach like caves that are very exciting to explore. More than 5 hectares of cypress trees grow on the beach, aside from being a conservation area, this shrimp spruce is also useful to prevent abrasion and wind gusts of the coast which lead to residential areas not far from the pine beach area.

Spot Selfie
Shady pine trees, no less interesting to be used as a selfie spot from various angles. The beach directly facing Bali island becomes a very suitable spot to enjoy the sunrise at Cemara beach. Various facilities such as seating, swing becomes an alternative to capture the moment when visiting this beach. The beach is located far from the highway is very suitable for a place to relax from the hustle and bustle of the city crowd.

Access to Cemara Beach
The beach that was once named Rejo beach, was changed to Cemara beach, located in Rowo Hamlet, Pakis Village, Banyuwangi District. Approximately 4 Km from the Banyuwangi city center. This place can only be accessed by motorbikes and private vehicles in the form of small cars, for buses it still cannot because the access to this place passes through residential areas.