Jungwok Beach in Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region


Located in Gunung Kidul Regency of Yogyakarta Special Region, a beautiful beach awaits everyone. The name is Jungwok Beach and it is located in Girisubo Sub-District. To be exact, the beach belongs to Jepitu Village. It indeed becomes one of the most popular beaches in that area. No wonder, the number of visitors is considered high, especially during the holidays. As for tourist activities, visitors usually come to that area for sightseeing and relaxation. Tourists are also interested in the wild plants and trees that grow near to the shoreline, actually.

The Nuance
Located in the east part of Gunung Kidul Regency, Jungwok Beach is definitely suitable for relaxation. The nuance is a little bit secluded and it features a warm atmosphere. It comes with a white sandy shoreline with its soft texture. Even the beach features a small coral island, located across the sea. The distance is near, though. The next noticeable characteristic is the presence of wild plants and small trees that grow in some parts of the shoreline. As for the sea, the waves are small but the wind is strong.

Exploring Jungwok Beach
After arriving at Jungwok Beach, tourists can do many fun things. It can be as simple as beach walking and sightseeing. The sea scenery is beautiful and the nuance is soothing. That means the beach is suitable to get rid of stresses and find peace. For those who love water sports, though, they can get in the water and enjoy either swimming or snorkeling. The small waves make these activities safe for everyone. As an alternative, tourists can build a tent and conduct camping!

Unlike Indrayanti Beach with its excellent facilities, Jungwok Beach only offers natural features. Thus, camping is considered challenging so tourists must carry enough supplies and equipment. The good news is the location is near to the famous Wedi Ombo Beach. The distance is only 1 km, in fact, so tourists can go back and forth to these beaches easily. Also, the beach has a parking area, so visitors can park their private vehicle without hassles. From the parking area, tourists should walk for a while to reach the beach, though.

Another important allure in Jungwok Beach is the presence of a small coral island in the sea. Despite the close distance, it takes a boat to get there. Also, the wind is too strong, which makes this effort troublesome. Instead, tourists can take photos of that island from the shoreline! For the information, that area is rich in lobsters and small sea creatures. No wonder, many locals are often seen hunting those creatures in the morning.

Nearby Attractions

  • Wedi Ombo Beach
  • Jogan Beach
  • Dadapan Beach
  • Greweng Beach

How to Get There
Tourists’ prime destination is Yogyakarta City and the best way to get there is by airplane. For those coming from Jakarta City, in this case, they must take an airplane at Soekarno – Hatta International Airport and head to Adisucipto Airport. Approximately, this flight would take around 1 hour and 10 minutes. Once they arrive at the airport, the next destination would be Jepitu Village at Girisubo Sub-District where the beach is located. The distance is 71.6 km, so the trip would take around 2 hours. As for the best route, it would be Nasional III Street.

Where to Stay

  • Rock Garden Homestay


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