Senjojiki and Sandanbeki, two of the most gorgeous scenic highlights, can be seen together at this sightseeing spot. It's well known as a place to see the most beautiful sunsets. There are also souvenir shops and other tourist facilities to enjoy.
SUBMARINE OBSERVATION TOWER 白浜海中展望塔
Eighteen meters in height,and built 100 meters off shore, this observatory will give you an up close look at tropical fish.Take the elevator down to 8 meters underwater,where the portholes allow you to see in every all directions.You will feel like you are walking on the ocean floor.
Stretching out into the Pacific Ocean, this soft, sandy rock dates from the Tertiary period and was formed by centuries of erosion. This enormous protrusion looks like a huge tatami mat. A beautiful sight to see.
50 meters in height, these breath-taking cliffs can be found on the south shore of Senjojiki. Long, long ago, these cliffs were used as a look-out point from which swarms of fish and passing ships were easily spotted. The face of the cliffs extends 2㎞ from south to north. Here is where one of nature's spectacular sights can be seen, the ocean's black current unleashing wave after wave and sending them crashing up against the cliff.
Along the paths for walking around Sandanbeki are pine trees forming a windbreak; Ubame oaks, the official tree of Wakayama Prefecture; fig marigolds, bottlebrushes, spider lilies, hibiscus, bougainvillea, Shirahama dream blues (a blue-violet morning glory that blooms from May to November), krantz aloe (which is said to "keep the doctor away" and blooms from November to March in the Nanki region), and other flora which create a splendid tropical mood.
Heisogen Park 平草原
Go along the street lined with gift and souvenir shops, and go on to the vehicle road. From Sandanbeki intersection, follow the road uphill for about 30 minutes and you can reach Heisogen Park. Follow the road uphill between golf courses, and once you see the golf clubhouse and hotel, it is about another 3 minutes to Heisogen Lookout Point.