Natural Black Sand Beach is a spectacular day when the wind is even more spectacular beach momentum along the beach there are many white sand can pick up the beach and crab digging ecology than ever seen Qinhuangdao beach and Cape City, there are too many people can enjoy the peace of the coast and observe how marine life is a good place.
The sand in Heishawan Bay is black and the water quality is good for a parent-child tour. Safety measures have been well done. Lifejackets are provided free of charge. Staff members are responsible for repeatedly reminding people not to wear lifejackets and not to go into the water. This is a great compliment. Tickets are 20 yuan, children are less than 1.3 meters and half price, parking fee is 10 yuan. If you live in the scenic area, you can enter and exit indefinitely with your room card. The scenery is passable. There is a power station beside it. The smoke billows all day long, which does not match the scenic spot very well. For food, you can go to town to eat, economical. Never in a restaurant where someone beckons on the roadside, specialize in the black heart of condiments and order fresh seafood for death. Especially in the picture above, the head of the shrimp has fallen off and I have been fooled once. Don't fooled everyone.
Not many people arrive at night. Unfortunately, there is a mountain blocking the sunrise. Walking on the beach in the morning is also a good choice.
Originally, Xingchong Chongchong wanted to go to Hailing Island. Unfortunately, there was a big traffic jam (every time we went to Du Cong) until it reached the national highway, and then turned around to go to Heisha Bay. Before I heard that the sand here is very black and dirty, go to see, the sand is black, but the water is not dirty, the waves are very good, will not be very big, suitable for our dry ducks, not only enjoy the fun of surfing, but also very safe! Especially to mention that the price here is much better than that of an island. It's cheaper to eat and live here. Go again decisively!
The black fine sand is a dark secondary mineral "glauconite" formed in the specific marine environment. After millions of years of washout by Pacific waves, the glauconite is affected by the current and transported to the nearshore, then pushed to the shore by the waves to form a beach. Not the whole beach is black sand, there is a really black area, ten years ago, the summer vacation came to see the sunset super bar. It's winter this time.
I went there just to take pictures. You can finish it in two hours. It's very small. It's mainly black sand. It's comfortable to tread on.
Good environment, reasonable fees, suitable for leisure.