Cathedral Cove, Coromandel Peninsula – New Zealand

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Cathedral Cove adalah area seluas 840 hektar dan bisa dibilang salah satu tempat paling indah (dan ada banyak) di Semenanjung Coromandel, Selandia Baru. Di sini sebuah gua melengkung raksasa melewati tanjung batu putih untuk bergabung dengan dua teluk terpencil dan dengan pantai berpasir merupakan tempat yang sempurna untuk piknik dan berenang. Gua dan pantai ini juga digunakan sebagai terowongan, tempat anak-anak Pevensie pertama kali memasuki Narnia dalam versi film ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian’.

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“Dan Dialah, Allah yang menundukkan lautan (untukmu), agar kamu dapat memakan daripadanya daging yang segar (ikan), dan kamu mengeluarkan dari lautan itu perhiasan yang kamu pakai; dan kamu melihat bahtera berlayar padanya, dan supaya kamu mencari (keuntungan) dari karunia-Nya, dan supaya kamu bersyukur.” Q.S. An-Nahl [16] ayat 14.


Cathedral Cove is an area of 840ha and arguably one of the most picturesque spots (and there are many) in Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. Here a gigantic arched cavern passes through a white rock headland to join two secluded coves and with sandy beach is a perfect place for a picnic and a swim. This cave and beach were also used as the tunnel through, which the Pevensie children first re-enter Narnia in the movie version of ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian’.

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“And it is He who subjected the sea for you to eat from it tender meat and to extract from it ornaments which you wear. And you see the ships plowing through it, and [He subjected it] that you may seek of His bounty; and perhaps you will be grateful.” Qur’an An-Nahl [16] verse 14.

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