Situated in a tranquil little bay between Pattaya and Jomtien is Pattaya’s Cosy Beach, nestling at the bottom of a small cliff, Pattaya’s Cosy Beach is accessible via steps down the cliff side. If you are visiting Pattaya Cosy Beach for the first time you could easily drive past without noticing, just keep an eye open for the neatly manicured gardens on the cliff top, they directly overlook the Cosy Beach.
The photo above shows the view from the cliff top overlooking Pattaya Cosy Beach, as you can see, it’s quite a long way down but access via the steps is not difficult. Cosy Beach is quite expansive, especially at low tide, and the Southern tip is bordered by a rocky outcrop.
The sand on Cosy Beach is quite coarse but well maintained and clean, Cosy Beach is definitely one of the cleanest beaches in Pattaya.
Cosy Beach is a great alternative to Pattaya Beach or Jomtien Beach, it’s more in keeping with what you expect from a beach in Thailand, isolated, quiet and serene.
What’s good about Pattaya Cosy Beach.
- Occasional vendors and hawkers but nothing like the amount seen on Pattaya and Jomtien beaches.
- Pattaya Cosy Beach is long and quite roomy, especially at low tide, so there’s plenty of room for the kids to run around without upsetting anyone.
- Food, drink and seating are available on Cosy Beach, but I’m not sure if guests of the Cosy Beach Hotel are given priority on seating and loungers.
Where is Pattaya Cosy Beach.
To find a map and directions to Pattaya Cosy Beach click on the Pattaya Beaches Map, the map contains the locations of all the popular beaches in Pattaya.