2.6 Km 11506 2021-01-28
Anmyeon-eup, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Sambong Beach is located to the south of the bridge that connects Nammyeon and Anmyeon-eup. The beach stretches 3.8 kilometers and has a x_width of 300 meters. The beach gently slopes down at a 6° angle and has an average water depth of 1.5 meters with a temperature of 22° C. The three Sambong Rocks, the Haedanghwa flower (plena) and the rich pine forests are just a few of the beautiful and magnificent features of this beach. Also, the beach attracts many visitors during summer because it has convenient transportation making it easily accessible.
3.5 Km 5131 2020-08-04
Changgi-ri, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Baeksajang Beach is located near Baeksajangpogu Port which is just 4 kilometers southwest of Anmyeon-do Yeonyukgyo Bridge, the bridge connecting the mainland to the island. The beach has a long stretch of shimmering white sand and the ebbing tide creates a different view of the horizon. Though the water level has a large tidal range, the beach's moderate water temperature makes it suitable to swim even in late summer. The beach is 1.2 kilometers long and 300 meters wide, and is made up of fine silica sand.
Baeksajang Beach and the nearby Sambong Beach is one of the major sources of jumbo shrimp. During autumn, crowds come to enjoy the taste of fresh jumbo shrimp. The beach even holds a prawn festival every fall when jumbo shrimp production peaks.
3.5 Km 57370 2019-12-19
149, Jangteo-ro, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Located 30 km away from Taean, Anmyeondo Island is the sixth largest island in Korea, where a 200-meter bridge constructed in 1970 connects the island with Taean-gun. The peninsula connected to Nammyeon was isolated during the Joseon Dynasty by cutting off access between Changgi-ri in Anmyeon-eup and Shinon-ri in Nammyeon for the convenience of tax transportation. The island's coast is lined with some 14 beaches as well as abundant pine trees, which are symbols of Anmyeon-eup. The island also owns Anmyeondo Natural Forest, along with the Mogamju Forest (Natural Monument No. 138).
4.2 Km 10663 2019-09-18
91, Baeksajang 1-gil, Anmyeon-eup, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
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Anmyeondo Beach Shrimp Festival is held in Anmyeondo Port, an area home to wild tiger prawns. Tourists and residents can enjoy various programs like the opening ceremony, celebrating performance, fireworks, and hands-on programs including shrimp-catching, mudflat exploration, and tourists’ talent contests as well.
5.4 Km 80373 2020-04-23
400, Kkotjihaean-ro, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
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Taean Tulip Park presents the largest flower festival in Korea and offers excellent photo opportunities. The festival venue is divided into sections, which are decorated in different styles according to the annual theme, allowing visitors to enjoy the sight of colorful tulips among creative and fun backdrops.
6.4 Km 22803 2020-06-09
3195-6, Anmyeon-daero, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Anmyeondo in Taean is home to a 100 year old pine tree forest that is special in Korea. The natural forest was managed by the royal family during the Goryeo Dynasty and since 1965 has been managed by the province of Chungcheongnam-do.
The Forest Exhibition Hall in Anmyeondo Recreational Forest displays the producing process of wood, the uses of wood, the forest’s worth, and more in an easy to comprehend manner. The Forest Cabin and Forest Recreation Center have a gas stove, cooking utensils, and shower facilities.
7.1 Km 25510 2020-06-29
Seungeon-ri, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Kkotji Beach, located in beautiful Anmyeon, features a 5 kilometer stretch of white sand, and attractions like Halbaebawi and Halmaebawi Rocks (Grandpa & Grandma Rocks). Halmaebawi Rock is said to have once been a real woman, Mido, who lived during the Silla period. Her husband was sent on business and never returned. Mido sat by the ocean every day waiting for his return, eventually turning into a stone. Further out to sea, there is a large rock, which naturally earned the nickname of Halbaebawi. Many visitors come to Kkotji Beach all year round to enjoy the beautiful view, and take walks along the beach. The sunset scenery has also become a favorite for photographers.
8.0 Km 4319 2020-08-04
Sinon-ri, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Mageompo Beach in Nam-myeon, Taean-gun is located right before the bridge that leads to Anmyeondo Island. As the beach is not widely popular among tourists, one can spend a quiet and tranquil vacation here. Near the beach is a dense pine tree forest where one can enjoy camping. The white sand and shallow waters also make it a good place for kids to swim. In the evening, the beach is a great spot to watch the breathtaking sunset.
This beach is famous for silchi-hoe, a dish consisting of freshly sliced raw fish. The ocean near the beach is one of the biggest natural sources of fresh seafood such as anchovy, sand eel and short arm octopus.
9.2 Km 4953 2020-02-07
Buseok-myeon & Gobuk-myeon, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do
Cheonsuman Bay emerged as a habitat for migratory birds as a result of a reclamation project that was undertaken in 1984. A breakwater was built around this area, which created Ganwolho Lake and Bunamho Lake. Moreover, a vast agricultural land spanning 6,400 hectares was formed on what used to be a mud flat. The monthly average temperature of Cheonsuman Bay area between October and March is about 1.2 degree Celsius higher than inland areas with same latitude because of its oceanic climate. Such geographical conditions have made Cheonsuman Bay an ideal wintering site for migratory birds.
Cheonsuman Bay is located midway along the migration route of birds migrating from northern Siberia or Manchuria to Southeast Asia. As a result, Cheonsuman Bay has become home to nearly 200 different species of migratory birds that can be watched all year round. In the winter, the area becomes a wintering site for over 300 thousand ducks and wild geese, as well as a wide variety of endangered species like storks, spoonbills, mute swans, and white-naped cranes. Lucky birdwatchers might be able to witness the great spectacle created by tens of thousands of migratory birds flying in a flock over the Cheonsuman Bay area. The annual Cheonsuman International Bird Watching Fair is held between mid-October and late-November.
0m 8050 2020-08-05
Jeongdang-ri, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Anmyeon Beach is a 10-minute drive away from Yeonyukgyo Bridge, located in southern Taean. The way to the beach is led by sceneries of mountains and rice paddies. Upon arrival, the view gets replaced with a wide-open sandy beach with small islets scattered across the ocean. Anmyeon Beach is also a popular site for rock fishing and catching clams and baby crabs at low tide.
6.7 Km 26675 2020-08-28
204, Kkotjihaean-ro, Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Oasis Sunset Spa is located within Island Resom, an oceanview resort on Anmyeondo Island. The resort features an outdoor infinity pool and five other themed spas. The resort is the perfect venue to enjoy the sunset over Kkotji Beach.
9.4 Km 8206 2020-07-08
119-29, Ganwoldo 1-gil, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do
Ganworam is a small hermitage located in Ganwoldo-ri, Buseok-myeon, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do. Ganworam Hermitage was created by the Great Monk Muhak, the monk to King Taejo (Seong-Gye Lee) of the Joseon dynasty. The name of the hermitage is directly tied with Muhak himself as it is said Muhak became enlightened while meditating under the moon (“wol” means moon in Korean) at this hermitage. At low tide, Ganworam Hermitage is connected to shore via a natural walkway, but at high tide, the walkway is submerged and the hermitage becomes an island. At night time in particular the hermitage and its surrounding islets create a breathtaking view as the moonlight reflects off the sea.