Gwangyang is situated in a region that is brimming with beaches, coastal plains and rivers.

Accommodation in Gwangyang

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To the south, approximately 180 miles (290 kilometers) from the capital of South Korea, Seoul, is where you will find Gwangyang.

11 miles (18 kilometers) southwest of Gwangyang is where you'll find Sooncheon Takgooineui Jip, the place to attend a live sporting event. Munch on some snacks, chat with a few locals and scream and cheer until you simply can't anymore.

Taking a drive 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the southwest will bring you to Suncheon, home of the Songgwangsa Temple and the Heungryunsa Temple. Another worthy destination you'll want to devote a few hours to is Hadae, about 12 miles (19 kilometers) to the southwest of Gwangyang. This locality is regarded for the Suncheonman Bay Ecological Park and Suncheonman Bay Eco-Museum.

Just south of Gwangyang is Yeosu, which boasts several interesting spots, like the Golf Plaza, the Admiral Soon-Shin Lee Memorial and Odong-Do Fountain. Other options include the Dolsan Park and the Aeyang-won History Museum, which are also close by.

Partake in mountain climbing and hiking, just two of the action-packed activities in South Jeolla.

If the point of your vacation is relaxation, this is the right place. Picnicking and beach combing are just two ways to relax in the area.

Dig out your bathers, slap on some sunscreen and dive into a range of water-based activites available in South Jeolla. Some fun options are swimming and boating.

One of the greatest delights of visiting other places is sampling novel food. So, make sure you head to the region's restaurants and bars.

Pork and beans are likely to touch your taste buds during your time in this region.

Get a real feel for the area with local meals like bibimbap (sautéed vegetables on rice) and jeonju bibimbap (sautéed vegetables on rice).

Try out bungeo-ppang (red bean filled pastry), a deliciously sweet local treat. It's one of those things that you shouldn't miss.

If you need to relax after running around, take yourself down to a nearby beer garden and order a Prime Max, a delicious local beer.

Round out your experience here with a local, non-alcoholic drink like saenggangcha (ginger tea).

Purchase cheongju (rice wine) and you'll understand why this spirit is so popular with the locals.

Packages in Gwangyang

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If you book your package now, you can save as much as $588. “*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.”

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