Beach K 238 is located 1 km west of the mouth of Myridi Bay. It occupies an indentation on the western side of an open 500 m wide embayment, and consists of a steep 100 m long beach composed of coral debris fronted by boulders, then sand flats and finally reef flats extending a total of 300 m off the beach. Sandstone boulders border the western side and mangrove-lined rocks the eastern side.
Beach Length: 0.1km
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