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Unawatuna beach, a crescent shaped shallow beach situated further south to the famous town of Galle and its famous harbour and towering Roomassala Mountain. It is protected by a natural reef from the open sea and due to the semicircle shape of it forms a perfect natural swimming pool with aquamarine colour gentle waves crashing on the golden sandy beach.
With almost every kind and type of hotel, motel and guest houses to cater to the gourmet food a sea bather crave for, it is the perfect holiday spot for all your sea bathing and water based activities such as surfing, in search of Myriads of Coral fish, Angel fish & Puffer fish, Diving for beautiful and out of this world Coral Reefs, Scuba Diving and Underwater Photography, Sailing, Yatching and the latest attraction of setting out in Search of the Blue Whales which linger very close to the Unawatuna beach a few kilometers to south of this bay.
The uniqueness of this beautiful beach cove is that given any time of the day one can get in to the shallow waters without fear of opening out to the open sea and also the level of water which keeps a natural gradient forming a shallow and a deep end on this natural swimming pool. The coconut palms fringing the beach brings out the shade one require after a few hours under the bright and shinning sun which gives you the perfect sun tan that you craved for without burning your skin.
After a perfect bath the ayurveda masseurs await your arrival for the perfect bliss and mind boggling spa treatments using local herbal ointments and medical creams. The mouth watering local curries done with creamy coconut milk and spices to arouse your pallet along with seafood such as crab, prawn, lobster, muscssells tuna and cuttlefish make one feel that this paradise beach was meant to be the kingdom of “tritan” the god of sea.
Source – Courtesy of: http://www.unawatunabeach.net