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The island of Coloane is Macau's countryside, with wooded hills, beach-lined bays, and traditional villages. Visitors and residents often flock here to swim, have picnics, and simply enjoy the treasure of nature.

Seac Pai Van Park

The Islands Council on the western side of Coloane created this serene natural retreat. The park contains a Museum of Nature and Agriculture, a walk-in aviary, a vast collection of different trees and shrubs, a children's playground, a picnic area, the Balichão restaurant, and a laboratory that shares botanical information with others around the world. It is open daily, except on Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Cheoc Van Beach

Cheoc Van occupies a bay on the south coast of Coloane Island, at the foot of Pousada de Coloane. The sea is clean and safe for swimming, canoeing, and windsurfing. Hence this is Macau's most popular beach. Equipment for the watersports is available for rent and there is a café serving drinks and snacks for the hungry.

The Macau Yacht Club and a large open-air pool are located here. The former is open daily between 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. It closes at midnight on weekends. One can hire a Moke or take the public bus to reach Cheoc Van and its neighbor, Hac Sá. Those who feel like walking may do so from Coloane Village along Estrada de Cheoc Van.

Hac Sá Beach

This beach with fine black sand is located on the east coast of Coloane. There are barbecue pits, surfboards for hire, and one of Macau's most famous restaurants, Fernando's, available here. The Hac Sá Sports & Recreation Complex contains an Olympic-sized pool, tennis and basketball courts, and a children's playground. It is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays. It closes at midnight on weekends.

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