|Naksan Provincial Park (낙산도립공원) has 24km of shoreline that extends through the Seonsa relic area, Dongho Beach, Hajodae Beach, etc. and is centered round Naksansa Temple and Naksan Beach of Yangyang. |
At Naksan Provincial Park, there is Hongryeonam, Uisangdae Pond, Giamgoeseok, and a shoreline cliff of pine trees, trees which have endured for a very long time. Near the beach, Namdae stream, which flows from Mt. Seoraksan, forms a lake. Hajodae, where traces of Ha-ryun and Jo-jun (retainers of the Joseon Period (1392~1910) remain, is famous for the Giam Cliff and lighthouses on high cliffs. Naksan Beach is a famous recreational area, with its amusement parks and various other facilities. It is a sandy field surrounded by 4km of thick pine forest. The beach is safe due to its shallow waters, and nearby is Uisangdae and Naksansa Temple, some of the most famous sites of Gwandong.
Operating Hours: 1 hr after sunrise to 1 hr before sunset
Naksansa Temple, Naksan Provincial Park, accommodations, restaurants
From Yangyang Intercity Bus Terminal, take bus No.9 or No.9-1 that goes to Mt.Naksan and get off at Naksan Park. (10 minute ride.)Then, walk toward the Provincal Park for 5 minutes.
From Yangyang Intercity Bus Terminal,taxi takes 10 minutes.
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