Sawarna Beach, Lebak – Banten – Indonesia
Landscapes of natural beauty tucked away overlooking the Indian Ocean. White sandy beaches, clear blue water and lush rolling green nan. Reaching 65 km long coastline dotted reefs and white sand. This beach is the most beautiful beaches of the five beaches are owned by the Province of Banten.
Sawarna name of the beach, located in a coastal village which has a variety of interesting attractions to visit such as beaches, rivers, forests, rock cliffs, caves, and agrotourism. This beautiful coastal region fused with the mystical story of Nyai Roro Kidul and exploitation of coal in Bayah and Lebak by foreign invaders.
You will be impressed with the vast stretches of rice fields, beautiful panoramic view of the village, blowing cool air typical agricultural village, and rows of palm trees and teak trees that lined the fence like a calf village.
Sawarna Tourism Village is your starting point to explore the beautiful nature experience interacting with the earthy traditional society. The beach is located in the Village Sawarna Gendol, Sawarna Village, District Bayah, Lebak District, Banten Province. This beautiful beach is about 150 km from the city center Rangkasbitung. Travelling on the beach is very pleasant and memorable because of its natural pristine also has a crystal clear sea water is not polluted.
Here the beaches waiting to be captivating eyes and heart. If you are a hobby of surfing or surfing why not feel the waves are spectacular even been sampled surfers from America, Australia, Japan, and Korea.
You can also feel the snorkel to greet variety of ornamental fish and coral reefs. Find beauty in Ciantir Coast, Cape Coast Display, Coral Coast Bokor, Coral Coast Seupang, Taraje Coral Coast and Gulf Coast Legon Pari.
Despite of its beautiful beaches in Sawarna there are cave tours. Some of the caves of different sizes you can visit such as: Lalay Goa, Goa Sikadir, Cimaul Goa, Goa Singalong, and Sand Hill Tangkil. Goa in Sawarna a cave karst (limestone) which is formed from the early Miocene.