Playa de Katsurahama

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"La playa de Katsurahama en la prefectura de Kochi es un buen lugar para una excursión de medio día. La vista ofrece olas, sol y arena pero está prohibido nadar en esta playa debido a las fuertes corrientes.

Información

Dirección

Katsurahama Beach, Kochi (Direcciones)

Facilities

  • Restaurant

Amenidades

  • Estacionamiento de paga
  • Estacionamiento gratis

Cómo llegar

A 35-minute ride on the My You Bus from Kochi Station.

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