With the famous Plengkung Beach, Pulau Merah Beach and Pesanggaran Beach, the sand inGrajagan Beach form part of a beautiful coastline which together makes up the shore of Banyuwangi from the province of East Java. However, Grajagan Beach has also accumulated popularity among surfing enthusiasts from around the world. Situated some 52 km south from the heart of the town of Banyuwangi, Grajagan Beach is within the 314 hectares Southern Banyuwangi Forest Utilization Area inside the Alas Purwo National Park and is situated close to the Grajagan Village, from the Purwoharjo shore.
The Grajahan beach serves as a gateway to other high surfing areas near Banyuwangi, which includes the famous country G. The vast swathe of beachfront is teeming with beautiful black sand and decorated with caves and hills. Once you set foot on the beach, one may be greeted with panoramic scenery of a beach and rows of beautiful hills, brushed by the sound of waves. Here one can observe 3 caves which were once employed by Japanese troops during World War II. The beach also offers a one of a kind spectacle at which you can watch traditional fisherman set sail for the open sea, and in the mid-day observe the ships return fully laden with their fish catch.
Here you can purchase freshly caught fish straight from the boats. Or to get a kind of experience, why don’t you attempt to sail along with them and catch fish the traditional way. Get There. To reach Grajagan Beach is reasonably easy because there are already asphalted roads for vehicles and public transportation. It can take approximately one Banyuwangi time to get at Grajagan Beach. The road is broad enough for large buses. If you would like to take public transportation, take the bus to Banyuwangi which goes to the city of Jember and alight at Benculuk. From Benculuk, continue by bus for about 12 KM before you reach Grajagan Beach.