Discover Seto Inland Sea

Seto Inland Sea is a group of islands all with mesmerizing national parks. The most popular way to see all the beauty these islands possess, is to rent a bicycle and cycle from either Ehime to Hiroshima, or the other way around. 

Things to see and do

Tours and Activities

FAQs

Getting around in Seto Inland Sea

Seto Inland Sea is famous among cyclists because of its gorgeous scenery. Which is why many choose to explore the area by bicycle, as many bike rental companies are readily available near the station. 
Alternatively, you can get around by car or bus. Though, be advised that not all sights and attractions are accessible by bus. 

If you decide to rent a car, it is advised to do so from one of the bigger cities in the vicinity. You can check-out our listings for car rentals nearby, in the FAQ menu below. 

Getting to Seto Inland Sea

How long to stay at Seto Inland Sea

We recommend staying here between two and three days.
 

Hotels in Seto Inland Sea

Flights to Seto Inland Sea

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Day trips from Seto Inland Sea

If you are looking for a quiet, authentic corner where you can feel as if you were in the scene of a movie, Tomonoura is your ideal destination.
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Travel time:

Distance, km: 15.87

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Washuzan is known for being sought after by tourists in order to get some of the most breathtaking views of the Seto Inland Sea and the surrounding islands. 
 

Travel time:

Distance, km: 55.00

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Kurashiki is a charming, historical town, perfect for stocking up on some local souvenirs and visiting some historical sights.

Travel time:

Distance, km: 55.24

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The most important attraction of Kotohira is Konpira-san, a Shinto Shrine located on a hilltop. Other shrines include the Izutama Shrine. For those looking for some more excitement, a trip ...

Travel time:

Distance, km: 61.01

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A great way to see Kure is from the sea. The Kurewan Ship Tour gives you great views from the ocean of Kure and it's surrounding islands.

Travel time:

Distance, km: 63.16

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Japan's city of mystique, Hiroshima is much more than it's history. A visit is truly mesmerizing: from the museums and places of historical significance to the hot springs and parks, ...

Travel time:

Distance, km: 69.70

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Enjoy the shade of the 15th-century Kibitsu-jinja Shrine’s long covered walkways, when you visit Okayama. Home to the “Crow Castle” and its Korakuen garden and many museums displaying works of ...

Travel time:

Distance, km: 71.91

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Naoshima is famous for the wide amount of art works scattered throughout the island, as well as several art museums. Combine that with a beautiful sandy beach nearby and you ...

Travel time:

Distance, km: 72.00

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