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Hirauti spa
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平内の海岸にある、干潮の前後数時間だけ姿を現し、満潮になると海中に沈んでしまう温泉です。

坂の上に公衆トイレあり。水着は禁止ですが、バスタオル・湯浴み着はOK。

2012冬現在、更衣スペース的なものもでき入浴しやすくはなっていますが、

オンシーズンに行くと見学だけの観光客が多く、女性には入りにくいかもしれません。

集落の人達もそのあたりには配慮してくれて、更衣スペースを作ってくれたり、たくさんの人に楽しんでほしいな~という感じが伺えます。

浸かっていると地元の人達が「どこから来たの?」と話かけてくれるので、

オススメのポイントを教えてもらったり、そういう交流も楽しい温泉です。

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