The sandy beach at Renai village in Nangan of the Matsu Islands of Taiwan.
But that shouldn't stop you from endangering your own health by exposing yourself to cancer-causing UV rays on Matsu beaches. Of the many beaches that I've seen on Matsu, I'd guesstimate that over half of them are sandy, clean and completely swimmable. As an up-and-coming tourist destination, Matsu's lack of tourist infrastructure vis-a-vis beach-side snack bars and water-sport rental shops are glaringly obvious. For now, you'll have to settle for peace and relaxation when you head to one of the dozens of beaches on Matsu.
The traditional stone houses and sandy beach at Renai village in Nangan, Matsu Islands, Taiwan.
Renai villagers have joined forces and commandeered a traditional house in order to use for revenue-generating tourism purposes. Currently it's only an empty building but the plan, according the local residents, is to use the beach-front property to help drive tourists to the village. My guess is that they'll have a hot dog joint cum mini-mart up and running in no-time!
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