Gwangalli Beach is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Busan. It is the home to a variety of festivals all year round. The beach area is surrounded by an array of restaurants, including some 300 sushi restaurants and cafes, which create a unique atmosphere around the beach. The beach’s outdoor stage serves as a site for various performances. Also popular among the locals are Waterside Park, Gwangalli Beach Theme Street, Seaside Park, and the outdoor cafes. Visitors to the beach can also enjoy various marine sports, including windsurfing, yachting, and scuba diving.
The Gwangan Grand Bridge is the nation’s longest duplex suspension bridge for automobiles. It exudes more than 100,000 colors of light, which go fantastically well with the beach’s nocturnal view. This makes the area a top-notch tourist attraction that visitors should not miss.
Along with Haeundae Beach, Gwangalli Beach is loved by Busan citizens because of its vast find sand. Around the beach are about 300 restaurants, cafes, raw fish restaurants, a fish market and a waterfront park. It is also famous for the magnificent view of Gwangan Bridge, a landmark of Busan. In particular, it is a very popular place among tourists and citizens wanting fresh raw fish and for appreciating the beautiful landscape of the sea off Busan beach.
|Gwangan Grand Bridge|
You can also enjoy lots of festivals such as Busan Sea Festival on the outdoor stage. You might go fishing to Sooyoung river near the beach and taste fresh raw fish there. You can go yachting in Olympic Yachting Center. There are good accommodation facilities alng the beach. You can stay in hotels along the beach.