Wediombo Beach in Gunung Kidul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region Province
Most tourists have been aware of Yogyakarta’s tourism potential. It is because the region offers many types of tourist allures including traditional foods, cultural performances, history, natural attractions, and much more. For nature lovers, in this case, they must not miss all the beautiful beaches located in Gunung Kidul Regency. The most recommended one perhaps is Wediombo Beach! The location is in Jepitu Village at Girisubo Sub-District. In terms of name, “Wedi” means sand while “Ombo” means vast. As the name suggests, the beach is known for its vastness. Aside from that, the beauty is undoubted.
As compared to others, Wediombo Beach has the longest and widest shoreline. Not to mention it is located at the very end of Gunung Kidul Regency. Plus, it features various types of landscapes including a sandy shoreline and coral rocks. The next impressive feature is the crystal clear sweater. Some big rocks also reside on the shore, preventing big waves from getting near the shoreline. No wonder, tourists can swim safely there. What is more? On the horizon, tourists may see green hills as well. Moreover, the atmosphere is warm and the nuance is peaceful.
Exploring Wediombo Beach
So, what should tourists do once arriving Wediombo Beach? Most of them would get in the water right away, for sure. That means swimming becomes the best thing to do there. Have no worries. Even kids can enjoy the activity safely. The chunks or coral rocks protect some parts of the sea from big waves, after all. No wonder, it creates a natural pond where tourists can take a bath and swim comfortably. Not to mention the water is clear and warm!
After swimming and playing water, tourists must explore the shoreline and collect some good photos either using their camera or smartphone. Moreover, many good objects are worth a photo shot! These include the coral reefs, which are located either on the shoreline or sea. Another wonderful object to capture would be the sunset! However, tourists must come at the right time, which is during dusk or in the afternoon. For those who don’t carry a camera, they can simply conduct beach walking. Thanks to the vastness of the shoreline.
Another thing that tourists must do in Wediombo Beach is camping. As long as visitors carry their tent and other required equipment, they can spend the night in that area comfortably. The coastal nuance is quite relaxing! At night, moreover, it is possible to conduct a BBQ party with either friends or families! Here is the good news. Some villagers sell seafood in that location, so tourists can buy some and grill them later at night.
- Wediombo Lagoon
- Dander Fishing Zone
- Greweng Beach
How to Get There
From Jakarta City, tourists should take an airplane at Soekarno – Hatta International Airport and head to Adisucipto International Airport right away. For the information, this flight would take around 1 hour and 10 minutes. After arriving at Yogyakarta City, tourists should find a reliable transportation service and take Nasional III Street. The destination is indeed Jepitu Village at Gunung Kidul Regency, where the beach is located. This trip may take around 1 hour and 42 minutes, as the distance is 69.4 km.
Where to Stay
- Griya Salaman Wediombo
- Sunset Villa
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