Pok Tunggal Beach is located in Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta. Precisely located in the Village Tepus, District Tepus, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta. Its location is between Pantai Pulang Syawal (also known as Indrayanti Beach) and Siung Beach.
Pok Tunggal Beach has a beautiful panorama with white sand and karst hills. On the east and west side of this beach is flanked by towering cliffs. Pok Tunggal beach itself is classified as a new beach. This beach began accessible to tourists since May 2012.
Therefore the cleanliness of this beach is still very maintained. To maintain the cleanliness of this beach, visitors will be charged a fine of Rp 10,000 if you throw garbage carelessly. Name of Pok Tunggal is taken because at this beach location there is the only one and a rare tree named Duras Tree.
The unique of this beach is the presence of fresh springs that come from underground river flow typical karst area. This water is also used as a source of water for the local population. The view of the beach will be much more beautiful if enjoyed from the hills to the west coast. Also from behind the cliff hill to the east, you will also find some wild primates who are jumping here and there. You can simply enjoy the scenery and swim as much as possible in the boundary of the beach. The sand here is quite gentle, so this place is safe enough to swim.