A clean fine sand beach stretches for around 4km and it leads to the dense pine forest of Jangja Mountain. The gentle beach serves as a safe and clean vacation spot. To the south is a beautiful natural cave where it is been said that dozens of citizens and hundreds of pigeons took refuge for half a year during the Jeongyu War. Strange looking rocks standing in the neck of the beach. Tray-like Gamak Island is 1km away from the beach and creates a beautiful landscape.
The clean fine sand beach unfolds before the beautiful landscape without a small patch of wetland. Even its salinity is human-friendly, 30 per mil, and it is famous as a perfect spot for sea-bathing. People who drive to come to the beach can enjoy auto-camping, too. The beach opens every summer.