Sunabe Seawall is the main surfing arena with half a dozen reef breaks, surf rental shops, diving spots where one can enjoy marine activities throughout the year. Here enjoy a morning run, or an evening walk while watching spectacular ocean view. Treat yourself with delicious meals at famous Sunabe restaurants.
Zakimi Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built between 1416 and 1422 by the renowned Ryukyuan general Gosamaru, it is a project which involved workers from as far away as the Amami Islands. It was partly constructed with materials taken from nearby Yamada Castle. Zakimi Castle oversees the northern portion of central Okinawa Island. The fortress has two inner courts, each with an arched gate. This is Okinawa’s first stone arch gate featuring the unique keystone masonry of the Ryukyus.
Seawall / 100 m
Famous Sunabe Seawall for diving, surfing, morning run and evening walks.
Sports Bar / 0.1km
A premier sport bar and grille, located in a walking distance from The Moana.
Shopping, Dining / 1.8km
Beach / 3.8km
Araha Beach is a part of the Araha Park, situated along the western coast of Chatan.
Sight Seeing / 15.1km
Located on the west coast of Okinawa island, it has an excellent view point of East China Sea from a 30m-limestone cliff.
Beach / 14.5km
White-sand beach, perfect for swimming and water sports. Located near Cape Zanpa.
Beach / 11.4km
Murasakimura is a theme park which offers many unique workshops. Visitors are offered to experience traditional crafts and housewares’s making.
Shopping / 7.1km
One of the largest shopping malls in Okinawa. Great for extensive shopping, delicious cuisine and exciting entertainment.
Diving, Snorkeling / 15.4km
Cape Maeda is a popular scuba diving and snorkeling site in Okinawa with a famous blue cave. It offers water activities such as snorkeling or diving for both advanced and beginner visitors.