Badur Beach is located in Badur Village, Batu Putih District which is about 30 KM from the center of Sumenep Regency.
The name Badur Beach is taken from the name of the village where this beach is located.
The facilities in this place are quite good, such as public toilets, places of worship, food stalls, and parking lots. There, tourists can fish in its fresh waters.
Although minimal facilities and infrastructure, but the beauty of this beach is not in doubt. Badur Beach has a very wide expanse of sand and its position is not far from the highway.
Reporting from brisik.id for weekdays, visitors are free of charge. However, during holidays, a fee of IDR 15,000 will be charged.
Badur Beach has its own uniqueness compared to other beaches, because at Badur Beach there is a meeting between sea water and fresh water which is very clear. The visitors do not have to worry about the heat because around the beach there are many very shady cypress trees.
The right time to visit is in the afternoon because visitors can enjoy a very beautiful sunset, plus calm waves. No wonder if in the afternoon many visitors come.
In addition to the beach, precisely near the mosque, there is a cave that is quite sacred by residents. At the front of the cave found an ancient tomb. Not infrequently seen the pilgrims who were praying at the tomb. The ancient tomb is the tomb of one of the figures who spread Islam in Batu Putih.