Beauty of Kartini Beach Jepara

Beauty of Kartini Beach Jepara

Beauty of Kartini Beach Jepara

Beauty of Kartini Beach Jepara

       Who doesn’t know Jepara? This small city in the northern tip of Java is one of the cities that has been producing furniture that is well known up to other countries. One of the distinctive features of Jepara furniture is its dazzling wood carving style. Besides being known as the city of Carving, Jepara also has a natural panorama of the beautiful beach. Various beaches in Jepara are neatly lined up on the northern lip of the island of Java, and one of the most famous beaches in Jepara is Kartini Beach. (Also read : Charm of Batu Karas Beach Pangandaran)

Kartini Beach Location

       Kartini Beach in Jepara is precisely located in Bulu Village, Jepara District, Jepara Regency, Central Java Province. You who are on vacation in the city of Jepara must come here because this beach is one of the main tourist destination in Jepara.

       The location of Kartini Beach is very strategic, the distance from the Regent’s Office is only about 2.5 kilometers to the west and is quite close from the main bus station of Jepara City. Travelers will have no trouble heading to Kartini Beach, access can be reached by using public transportation or private vehicles. read more

Beauty of Bandengan Beach Jepara

Beauty of Bandengan Beach Jepara

Beauty of Bandengan Beach Jepara

Beauty of Bandengan Beach Jepara

       Bandengan Beach is located in Bandengan village, Jepara sub-district, Jepara regency, Central Java. This beach, which is located on the north coast of Java, is one of the interesting places to visit. During the holiday season, Bandengan beach is always crowded with tourists. (Also read : Kemuning Tourism Village for Recreation Destination)

       The name of the Bandengan Beach was closely related to one of the legends of the origin of the island of Karimunjawa, which in legend was told that Amir Hasan, the son of Sunan Muria, who was ordered to go deepen and simultaneously develop religious knowledge to the Karimunjawa Island. When they arrived at this beach, they found a lot of Milkfish (Ind=Bandeng) so that the area was named Bandengan Village which then the beach was also commonly referred to as Bandengan Beach.

       This beach is actually called Tirta Samudera Beach or Tirto Samudro Beach which is one of the leading tourist attractions in Jepara, the hometown of one of the National Heroes R.A. Kartini. This beach is about 7 km from the city of Jepara. In the past Bandengan Beach was managed by local residents, but since 1987 the management has been taken over by the Jepara Regency Government while still prioritizing the empowerment of local communities. This beach is suitable to be a beach tourist spot such as swimming, boating, playing beach volleyball or just cycling on the beach. read more