Garassi Beach in Wonomulyo Sub-District, Polewali Mandar Regency


A trip to Polewali Mandar Regency is worth a shot regardless of where tourists live. It is because they have the chance to visit amazing natural attractions there, especially beaches. One of these is called Garassi Beach located in Nepo Village, Wonomulyo Sub-District. Not only the beach offers a breathtaking sunset, but it also becomes the right place to watch local fishermen’s activities directly. Moreover, some tourists take advantage of the beach to get rid of stresses and gather with families in the afternoon. Thus, it should be on the list of everyone’s vacation destinations during a visit in Polman!

The Nuance
In terms of nuance, Garassi Beach is both serene and exotic. The sea looks calm due to small waves and low breezy wind. As mentioned before, the best allure of the beach is the romantic sunset that tourists can watch at dusk. What is more? A fishermen’s village located near to this area called Nepo. This explains why tourists are likely to meet these people when visiting the beach. The fact is that the majority of villagers work as a fisherman. No wonder, tourists may also see several boats parked there. Even a pier becomes an interesting feature of this site!

Exploring Garassi Beach
People have a similar reason to visit Garassi Beach, which is to enjoy the afternoon nuance. What they want is none other than the stunning sunset. That means they would have gathered on the beach starting from 3 pm or at dusk. This way, they won’t miss the sunset and can use the remaining time to enjoy the nuance of the coast. Such moment is suitable for those who come alone, with families, or friends.

The next reason to visit the beach is to spend the time before breaking the fast during the fasting month. The locals call this activity “Ngabuburit” and it has become a trend among the locals. No wonder, the beach becomes merrier at the time due to the presence of these people. What about tourists? If they want to join the locals, they must come during the fasting month. Otherwise, what they can find is only regular visitors and the sunset instead of such unique nuance of Ngabuburit.

Another reason why Garassi Beach becomes more popular over time is the presence of local food vendors. They offer delicious foods, snacks, and drinks to visitors. Moreover, the price is quite affordable! It is going to be comfortable to eat those foods while watching a beautiful sunset, no? The only rule is that tourists must avoid littering at all cost. Everyone needs to take care of the environment, after all.

Nearby Attractions

  •  Tanjong Buku Beach
  • Mampie Beach
  • Tumpiling Fishing Site

How to Get There
The distance between Polewali Mandar Regency and Garassi Beach is 22.2 km. That means the trip may take about 38 minutes to get to the site. It can even be faster if tourists take Poros Majene – Mamuju Street. First, they must reach Wonomulyo Sub-District. Next, their destination is none other than Nepo Village where the beach is located.

Where to Stay

  • Istana Hotel
  • Pacific Hotel
  • Perdana Hotel

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