Sometimes I sit on really sea stained walls and think, ‘oh, what a lovely place to take pictures at!’ And then I do.
But beyond the cement (and my blindingly fair legs) are tens of snorkelers and paddle boarders. There are feisty crabs and a shoreline brimming with oysters that the ocean lulled to the edge of the sea. It’s all quite incredible.
The Sunabe Seawall is easily one of the most congested streets in Central Okinawa. Not only is it a red-hot spot for barhopping and casual cafes-in which you are bound to find a restaurant you enjoy-but you can also have just as good of a time running or biking. If you’re anything like me, you will load your camera up with pictures of various (note: very random) things and then go for that well-deserved run.
I do have to mention that this particular spot is not the most ideal for sunbathing. There are so many more agreeable options like Okuma or Cape Maeda that will suit your sun-kissed ambitions more favorably.
That aside, you are *SUPES* likely to love what the Seawall has to offer.