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Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)

  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
  • Songho Beach (송호해수욕장)
Address
1827, Ttangkkeutaean-ro, Songji-myeon, Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do
전라남도 해남군 송지면 땅끝해안로 1827
Type
Seasides/ Beaches/ Islands
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-61-530-5229
Homepage
eng.haenam.go.kr (English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Situated at the southernmost part of the Korean peninsula, Ttangkkeut Songho Beach is the most representative beach in Haeum, featuring dense old pine trees, fine sand, and shallow water perfect for a family vacation spot. Hundreds of pine trees create a scenic forest almost 1km long along the levee which provides a suitable camping site under the forest. Ttangkkeut-gil walking path connects the front of an auto camping site at Songho Beach to Galsan Village and Ttangkkeut Top.

    The Windbreak pine tree forest in Songho-ri, Haenam is designated as Jeollanam-do’s Monument No. 142, including around 600 pine trees aged 200 years and playing a role in the coastal shelterbelt.

    Telephone
    +82-61-530-5544

    Current Status
    [Pine Tree Forest] Jeollanam-do’s Monument No. 142

    Tour Course Information
    [Ttangkkeut Course]
    Haenam-eup – Jung-ri Mystic Sea Route (Shell gathering experience site in Daejuk-ri) – Mihwangsa Temple – Dosolam Rock – Ttangkkeut Songho Beach – Ttangkkeut Tourism Village (Ttangkkeut Momorail, Ttangkkeut Obervatory) – Sagumi Beach – Marine Natural History Museum in Ttangkkeut – Ttangkkeut Sculpture Park – Haenam-eup

    Parking Facilities
    3 parking facilities

    Admission Fees
    Free

    Parking Fees
    Free

    Pets
    Available

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