Trisik beach is the first beach in Kulon Progo Regency that you will see when you are passing Bantul to Purworejo. Located in Brosot village, Kulon Progo Regency about 37 km from Yogyakarta. The beach is just so close to the main street so that it is easy to reach.
Trisik Beach has its unique compared to other beaches in Kulon Progo in terms of its strong nuance as a coastal village. The beach, local houses, the huts selling foods and the read connecting the village and the town, they are located close each other. Various activity done by local people that make use of the coastal area and the ocean as source of their living, it takes part in strengthening the coastal nuance of the village.
The center of the fish trading is one of some places that you will find when you come into that area. This place serves as the heart of Trisik community whose profession is fishermen, because the place where people are trading the fish they get. Usually, this place is very busy as soon as the fishermen return from fishing.
When you get in at the beach, you will feel the exoticism of the coastal village with the daily fishery world. You will see the row of motorboats that fishermen are using when they fish. Near to them, there are scattered nets showing that they had just been used. Some small stall built from bamboo plait offers food and drink for visitor.
At certain time, you can see some birds flying on the sky of this beach. It is believed that Trisik beach is one of the sheltering places for migrant birds from different area. The migrant birds that you can see are: swamp trinil, bush trinil, beach trinil, small cerek kalung, cerek kernyut, red neck kedidi and Asian kites. There are such non-migrant birds as cow swallow, buffalo heron and the blue shrimp.
With strong coastal village nuance, Trisik beach is worth writing in your trip agenda. Not very many beaches have the beautiful yet simple nuance like that beach.