This beach is located in the southern part of the geopark, consisting of upper span formation limestone that formed about 7.5-5.3 million years ago (Upper Miocene). On this beach, the sea cave is like a large hole in the crags adjacent to the sea, due to abrasion with sea waves. Beautiful views of the coastline of the Indian Ocean can be seen from this area. This area is also a place for fishermen who catch Lobster using traditional methods. In addition, there are iron sand deposits around Karang Bolong (picture attached).