Place for Handsome Men and Beautiful Ladies!? Hidden Beach “Mission Beach”
post : 2014.10.18 12:00
The natural beach that spreads out behind lush mokumaou (she oak) cannot be seen from the adjacent National Highway 58.
Situated in the resort area in the northern part of Onna Village, the literally hide-out “Mission Beach” used to be a summer camping site for Sunday School, which a Catholic church managed in private. Now it is open for everybody to pay and enjoy the beach.
Going through the gate and going over the hill, you will find a beautiful white sand beach stretching out ahead of the brilliant green turf.
And the only crystal clear water can offer the deep blue coral reefs.
On both sides of the small beach of 300m or so, rough rocks surround the water, which creates a hidden “space of secret.”
There is an air of mystery that surrounds the beach.
You might be thrilled out of curiosity.
You will see an exotic church which the Mission Beach was named after standing on a hill, a pop-designed food truck, white-walled beach house with white deck, etc.
This place has a really unique retro flavor just like in an American films in 1960’s.
It is no wonder that the beach has been frequently used for location shooting for CMs, films, etc.
The parking lot is conveniently located in front of the beach. Just a few minute walk will take you to the sea.
In addition, a variety of marine activities such as jet ski bikes, diving are available.
BBQ plans for groups are also popular. (Reservations are required.)
And lastly, it is striking that the secret beach that can never be seen from outside attracts ladies with foreign boyfriends, wealthy couples, and groups of ladies who look great in bikini.
It is impressive that the beach had a different world view from that of the nearby family beach.
It is better to visit here on weekdays when there are few people.
Allow yourself to be wrapped by the silence and stillness at the beach side under the tree shade where you can get away from the bustle and hustle of the resort.
You will clearly see what a real “luxury” is.
Address: 2005-1 Afuso, Onna Village
Admission Fee: 300 yen for 5 year olds and older (tax included)
Parking: 300 yen for a day (tax included)
Okinawa CLIP Photo Writer Kiwamu Ogawa (Qey Word)