How many Guam Beaches
are there?

"How many Guam beaches are there?"
You will be surprised how many beaches this tiny 212 square miles island, Guam has.
There are over 40 beaches! Maybe more... !

I think you have to come back again and again to explore these Guam beaches. :-)

Although there are some beaches that are located in restricted areas or private properties, there are still many beaches accessible to everyone.
I'd like to give you some information about the beaches that I found.
I hope this information will help you on your Guam vacation in the near future.

Here are four maps of Guam that I've made.

These maps are divided to north side, central west side, south west side, and south east side.

My Guam maps have names of the beaches and symbols next them that will
help you to know a little more getting to the beaches and what they have to offer.
I will write a little more about our experiences and memories
that my family and I have had at some of these Guam Beaches.
Here is an explanation of the symbols I have added to
the maps I have made.

It means that you can go there by car.

It means that you can walk there.

It means that you can visit that beach by boat.

It means that there is a place to eat.

It means that there is a bathroom.

It means that there is a bar.

It means that you can drive near the beach and walk the rest of the way.

It means that it's restricted or private property.

Many Guam Beaches: Northwestern side

Double Reef Beach
Haputo Beach

Central West side

Asan Beach
FaiFai Beach

Gun Beach, Ypao Beach

South West side

Fisheye Marine Park

South East side

First Beach
Ipan Beach Park
Pago Bay Overlook
Tagachang Beach
Jeff's Pirates Cove Beach

Thank you for reading all the way down. I found a beautiful video about Guam on Youtube. Thanks to Big Air for making a such beautiful video. It includes War Memorial Overlook (Nimitz Hill), East Hagatna bay, Fisheye (Asan), Merizo, Plaza de EspaƱa, Apaca Pt. (Agat), Inarajan Pool, War Memorial Park (Asan). Enjoy the video.

Big Air - Guam pt. 3. Aerial video tour of Guam

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