|Location:||Asia > China > Qingdao|
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|Environment type:||rocks, sand, sea|
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|Country calling code:||86|
|Qingdao has a reasonably extensive coastline, and it’s possible to walk for several miles with the path being intermittently sand, rocks, or walkway. For many, this is one of China’s most desirable beach areas. There is a long and (at times fairly wide) stretch of yellow sand. On a particularly quiet day and at the right spot, it is possible to really believe you are somewhere quite pleasant.|
|If you’ve written a description for Qingdao Beach you’d like to share with the community, send it to [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.|
|Since the 2008 Olympics, there are annual breakouts of intense green algae along this coast. Check ahead of your travelling plans if you hope to swim here.|
|During the summer months, the beach can become very full for quite some distance. Arrive in the morning to secure a good spot.|
|Services in around the beach are minimal during winter, so pack snacks and water if you plan a long walk at that time.|
|If you have a tip about Qingdao Beach and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.|
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