What sets apart the Coromandel to the rest of New Zealand's North Island is the contrast between its rugged, rainforest terrain and idyllic coastline. Hugging the coast and extending over 52 miles north from the western end of the Bay of Plenty, its beauty is no secret and this picturesque and unspoiled peninsula attracts tens of thousands of people every summer. With only five towns on the peninsula having populations over 1,000 (including Coromandel, Whitianga, Thames Tairua and Whanhamata which are all well-worth a visit), exploring the peninsular is all about enjoying the great outdoors and natural beauty of New Zealand,
and the charm of small town and villages.

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