Khao Kalok is just a couple minutes away from the villa. This quiet coastal stretch has a beautiful beach, several restaurants and cave with a hole through it. Khao Kalok gets its name from its features which is translated to â€œSkull Mountainâ€ in English. You can take a quad bike for a spin down the long the beach or simply relax in the shade of a palm tree at Khao Kalok.
The area of Pak Nam Pran and to the south is blessed with countless pristine and often deserted beaches. Probably the biggest and also the best-known beach along this stretch of coastline is Khao Kalok, a gently curving bay that reaches from the headland and slowly sweeps around to the iconic rocky outcrop. Itâ€™s proximity to Pranburi town means itâ€™s the most developed beach in the area, yet, itâ€™s still remarkably quiet. The only section that gets really busy is up in the shade of Khao Kalok, and then only on weekends and public holidays, when locals descend to eat fresh horseshoe crab, and fried chicken, served up by beachside wait staff. The rest of the long beach is wonderfully empty, if often a little windswept, which means that the only interruptions youâ€™ll have to your musings are from the birds and the kite surfers.