Location: Nathon (Chonwithi Rd, Tambon Ang Thong, Amphoe Ko Samui, Chang Wat Surat Thani 84140, Thailand )
The first half of Nathon beach is wild and neglected. The width of the strip of sand from the river Lipa Yai (Lipa Yai) and the maritime police office to a rectangular turn of a one-way road is about 20 meters. Plain, yellow sand that becomes muddy bottom and is exposed daily with low tide.
The second half of Nathon beach is just a promenade. It goes from the turn of the road, along the footpath, past the SeaTran pier and to a large seafood warehouse, there is no sandy beach in Nathon. At high tide, the sea rises to the embankment itself, leaving no space for lying or walking.
Nathon is a densely populated area, with all the ensuing consequences. Along the coast do not float tons of garbage, but the proximity of the pier and a huge number of boats, boats, ships and ferries do not add transparency to the local water.
People on the waterfront are more than enough, even at night in Nathon is very lively. A sandy beach runs along a palm grove without building, so there are usually few people there.