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We had initially planned to spend the day at Unawatuna beach, but it was a little overcrowded with people and boats (the boats leave a bad smell). We took a toktok to Wijaya beach which was just beautiful. Much less crowded, fluffy sand and so...More
Wanted a change from the hotel beach, and this was only 10 minutes away by tuk tuk. We did not go to the lagoon beach, but 200m away we had the beach almost to ourselves. Sandy, big waves, but not many fish so snorkelling was...More
Nice to swim because you feel like in the huge bath. 2 sunbeds with umbrella are 1000 rupias but they arr right next to the water. Better to visit after 3 pm because people leave and it becomes very private. The place is really picturesque
The beach is beautiful and pretty quiet, not too crowded. The best thing here are the sea turtles and the naturally formed "pool" which is absolutely great for reef snorkelling: between the beach and the reef there is shallow water and no waves at all...More
Mihiripenna Beach is a stunning location; coconut palms, clear water, clean sand, safe lagoon with fish and lots of very big turtles. It really is excellent for a family day out at the beach.
Two big negatives though:
1: there is a stream of differing...More
This is a fantastic beach in an area where “ paradise has been lost”. This is on the south side of the very spoilt Unawatuna Beach.
The beach has private access with a nice spot for ocean swimming and surfing and a safe ocean lagoon...More