The scenery here is very beautiful, because there are cliffs on the seashore, the beach is very shallow, and there are stones on it. The cliff is not very high. I climbed to the top of the cliff and looked at the endless sea. I felt really good.
I really like the scenery here. I saw the beautiful sunset falling into the sea, which is very spectacular. The original temple is still very recognizable, and a high jumping platform can be seen on the edge of the cliff. The road here is not easy, and you must enter by off-road vehicles. Ordinary cars can't drive in, and the road conditions are very bad. If you are driving by yourself, you must pay attention if you want to come here.
I came here as the LP said. The road conditions are not very good. If you come here by car, it is recommended to rent an off-road vehicle. The general car rental companies are definitely not allowed to come here, and the site will be easily broken. The scenery here is really great, although it is a very desolate feeling, but I like this desolation, depression, and decadence. Here you can have a panoramic view of the west coast of the island, and you can also see many stone ruins scattered everywhere. It is said that it was a very lively fishing village in the past, but now it is surrounded by weeds and debris. There is a sign here that introduces the history of Konolu, but it has been severely weathered and can only be recognized slowly. Because there is no one here, the parking lot is deserted and can be parked at will.
We chartered a car and came here with the guide. The guide said that there are very few tourists here, it can be said that there are almost no tourists, they basically pack their cars and they will bring them here. It is very desolate and close to the cliff. I heard from the guide, don't look at it now, but it used to be a very prosperous fishing village. We saw a stone ruins, surrounded by weeds, it was really desolate, so it was not a scenic spot at all. But the scenery here is still very magnificent. If you have the opportunity, I suggest you come and see the ruins with human activities earlier.
Coming to Konolu gave me a really different feeling. There used to be an old fishing village here. It seemed to be isolated from the world when I came here, but now this fishing village has become a ruin, but it still looks beautiful.