Cheoc Van Beach

Cheoc Van Beach

Cheoc Van is made up of white sand. It is situated in a small bay, at the end of the main Coloane road. It’s a small paradise in its own way, calm and relaxing, being one of the many fun places in Coloane to spend the day. In the peak of summer heat, you can find shade and refuge under the palm trees situated near the public swimming pool. The beach is under lifeguard surveillance during the summer, so do not hesitate to go for a swim to cool off.

Towards the end of the beach, you’ll find one of the nicest public swimming pools in Macau. You can enjoy a relaxing swim in between the sea and the mountains. Its unique location lets you fully appreciate the calm of nature. The pool is equipped with sun chairs, tables and umbrellas as well. If you’re lucky, the cool sea breeze will save you on days where the sun is at its hottest. If you really want to avoid the heat, go swimming at night, since the pool is opened until 10:00pm.

Fans of hiking, rejoice! Although Cheoc Van Beach itself does not have any trails, there are some nearby. The Coloane Hiking Trail is more than eight kilometres and starts midway of Estrada do Altinho de Ká Hó, next to the Arboretum. As the main trail is linked to other hiking trails, it is worthwhile to take its side paths to get to other trails or circuits to enjoy the differences in natural terrains and landscape. Do consider your abilities in order to have a good idea of when to set off and also your return trips. Read more on this exquisite piece of nature here.

The Coloane Fitness Walk is 1,225 metres and stretches along the mountain. It is suitable for a leisurely walk or jog. Free fitness facilities are available at points along the trail too. This is Coloane’s first fitness trail as well as the best gym-substitute for sports and nature lovers.

You can also enjoy dinner in Cheoc Van, as the restaurant La Gondola caters to both lunch and dinner. This superb Italian restaurant specializes in real wood-oven pizzas, homemade ravioli, pasta, and focaccia. Their accommodating sea front terrace is an ideal place to spend a summer evening, but if you find the heat and humidity overwhelming you can always find refuge in the air-conditioned indoor dining area.

Cheoc Van Beach Cafe was revamped a few years ago and now offers light meals and a welcoming atmosphere. It offers delicious local fast food like stir-fried noodles or sandwiches. Its terrace faces the sea and it is a pleasant place to rest. If you feel like you’re melting under the Macanese sun, the snack-bar also offers a variety of ice creams.

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