Nanatsugama Caves

佐賀県/唐津市
七ツ釜

Description
This is a row of sea caves that exist side by side along the coast of the northern part of Saga Prefecture. Because it originally had seven sea caves, it was named "Nanatsugama", although in the present day, there are more than seven caves. It is an unexplored area where you can see the mysterious scenery that nature has created.


Address
847-0000
佐賀県 唐津市 佐賀県唐津市屋形石
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虹の松原
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大川内山
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吉野ヶ里遺跡
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南蔵院
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大魚大明神
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平和公園
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雲仙温泉
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