Piha Beach is a well-known beach bay in Auckland. It's a good place to go with friends. It's worth seeing. The scenery is very good and the weather is good. I think if I lived there, I would probably like to stay here for a whole day.
Piha Beach is located in the west of Auckland, where many people come to surf. The beach here is black iron ore. It is more primitive, suitable for walking and watching sunset. The scenery is more spectacular, but not suitable for swimming.
Piha Beach is really beautiful to suffocate. I went to a lot of beaches in Auckland. This is the most unforgettable place for me. This is a surfing holy place where the waves are gentle and many so the water mist on the coast is covered by the rising waves on the rocks. The sand here is shining beyond the black sands. Because the coastline is too long to take photos of jumping up, this is especially suitable for casual photos. Zhang can be used as the background of mobile phones and computers, and there are few places where only local people come. In summer, it is estimated that more people will come. I will write a travel note to record it in more detail.
On the second day of my arrival in Auckland, I drove more than 60 kilometers to Piha on the West coast. This is a good place for the Aucklanders to spend their weekends. The fine black beach is soft as satin, and the clear water pours over my feet. I want to jump into the embrace of the sea. The sand dunes are full of fleshy plants. Unfortunately, I can't bring them back.
Piha Beach is a small beach in Auckland. It's not very popular and there aren't many people here. It's the yacht pier beside it that is more lively. Although not many people, but the scenery is actually very good, can avoid the crowd, enjoy more quiet and comfortable beach sunshine, is definitely worth recommending to you.
Piha Beach is a very beautiful and quiet beach in Auckland. There are not only winding beaches, but also a wharf full of yacht ships, dense private yachts and beautiful scenery. There is also a children's playground on the beach. The wooden amusement facilities are very natural and environmentally friendly. Children are very fond of them.
Over a slope, the blue Tasman Sea unfolds like a picture scroll. Turning a corner, the rough Piha beach burst into view unexpectedly. Strong winds from the Tasman Sea pushed up rows of snow-white spray and beat the black sand day and night. Lion Rock, like a lion looking back on its side, lies quietly on the beach and bravely greets the scouring of the waves.
Super beautiful black beach, very delicate sand, shining when the sun shines. The millet grains are playing high, and the two little cheeks in the sun are red.
The most unique place is the black sand beach. The waves are a little bigger, there are surfers in the area. The scenery is beautiful!