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Pyoseon Beach 2
Cheju
총 면적 25만 1000㎡, 백사장 면적 16만㎡, 백사장 길이 200m, 너비 800m, 평균 수심 1m이다. 제주민속촌박물관에서 100m 떨어진 거리에 있다. 둥그런 호수 같은 모양으로 썰물 때면 백사장이 원형으로 드러나 아름다운 곳이다. 모래가 곱고 부드러워 모래찜질을 하면 신경통에 좋다고 알려져 있다. 주변 곳곳이 소나무숲으로 울창하며 잔디가 깔려 있어 야영하기에 적합하다. 야영장·주차장·화장실·탈의실·샤워장 등의 편의시설이 갖추어져 있고 주변 마을에서 민박도 할 수 있다. 남쪽엔 포구와 갯바위 낚시터가 있어 생선과 조개 등 싱싱한 어패류의 회를 맛볼 수 있다. 출처 - http://map.naver.com/local/siteview.nhn?code=1894&type=spot
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Uploaded: 04/06/2011
Updated: 10/09/2014
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