SEPANJANG BEACH

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 If you want to enjoy the nostalgic feel of the tempo doeloe Kuta Beach, Beach Along the right place. Throughout a long coastline, white sand that is still awake, and the waves are. You can just choose to sunbathe on the sand enjoying the bright sun, surfing, or just see the beauty of the beach. Everything you can enjoy it arrived at the beach a few kilometers from the beach Sundak. Sepanjang Beach is one beach that recently opened. The name “All” is given because the characteristic of this coast which has the longest coastline among all the beaches in Gunung Kidul Regency.  

The atmosphere of this beach is very natural. Palm-dotted shoreline vegetation and thatched huts of dried leaves. Reefs in coastal tidal areas still maintained. Still reflect the waves pounding blue ocean water mark that has not much polluted. With the atmosphere, it is not wrong if the local government and investors plan to make this beach the second Kuta.Natural ambience that is what makes the Coast Throughout much of the Kuta Beach. Throughout do not offer things such as corny beach café and luxurious cottages, but a closeness with nature.  

The name Sepanjang which means long derives from the characteristic of the beach that has the longest coastal lines of all beaches in Gunung Kidul. The seaside is decorated with palm trees and huts roofed with dry leaves. The coral reef in the rise and fall of tides area is kept well. The dashes of waves reflect blue color signaling uncontaminated seawater. With such a situation, it is not false if the local government and investors plan to make this beach as the second Kuta Beach. Sepanjang has long coastal lines, clean water sands, and medium waves. We can just choose: suns bathing under the bright sun, surfing, or just enjoy the beach beauty. We can enjoy all the things when we come to the beach that lies some kilometers from Sundak Beach.

The proof, you can still dig out the rocks to find various types of shellfish (molluscs) and starfish (Echinodermata). You’ll also be able to find a limpet on the rock around the coast and uprooted seaweed embedded. Sure to be careful not to sea urchin spines. Obviously not you, you will not see him at Kuta Beach?Culture coastal communities are still very strong. No permanent buildings on the seashore, only a few huts inhabited by local communities. Still on the seashore, there are fields that are used to plant soybean population. A sloping beach and directly exposed to waves caused no residents who go to sea. When you look back, there are two hills that the valley where local people to plant maize as a staple food source. Land at the top of the hill has been bought by investors to build a villa which hope can be used as tourist accommodation. 

Throughout also has historic sites, namely Banyusepuh. “Banyu” means water and “old” means to wash. As the name implies, a place that had a spring was used to wash or bathe. Users supposedly are the guardians who usually wash their inheritance. This site will not be known to exist when not asked to the local population.Tired of traveling, then the rest. Huts located in the seaside residents are typically used to sell food and beverages that if sufficient to remove hunger and thirst. Provided also lincak (seats are constructed from bamboo) to a place to chat and enjoy the wind of the sea.  

When dusk arrives, look to the west to witness the departure of the sun. Although now no villa, but the locals quite open when there is a stay.Problem by-by when to go home, visitors do not need spinning-dizzy looking. Is not by-by not have to always be in the form of food? Some residents who lived a few miles from the coast was made based crafts shells of shellfish are then marketed by coastal residents. Although not sekomersil in Malaysia, handicrafts made by people quite varied. There is a train-shaped golden creations, the puppets, barong, tongs, or are merely dried and buried in the sand. Some of them are simply painted using paint. The price was not expensive, only Rp 5,000 per seed.Craft a cheap price does not mean low value. Handicrafts made Mollusca actually has great historical value. If you’ve ever read a book or article on Conchology, you will know that the craft is of high culture that developed in the coastal community. The people of Hawaii in the United States, the Melanesian Islands, New Zealand’s Maori atapun develop similar craft. They string up shellfish shells into necklaces, skirts, belts, to carve and paint a terrifying art.If the money in the wallet was mepet, visitors can collect shells on the beach.  

This small object can be a prize draw when processed further. Take a few pieces that are still intact shell and insert a plastic bag. At home, buy tobacco or mint and mix them with alcohol 90%. After soaking a day and night, take the shell and scrub gently. The move will eliminate a layer of lime on the shell so that living alone is only the middle layer (layer prismatic). Rubbing will make the colors more brilliant shells.

 

 

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