Hotels in Shima Peninsula, Japan

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Shima Peninsula overview

Shima Peninsula is a relaxing place distinct for its hot springs and parks, and known for its aquarium and amusement park. You'll enjoy the ample seafood and dining choices, along with activities like surfing and boating. Spend a relaxing day at Ise-Shima Nat'l Park and Tomoyama Park when the weather is nice. While you're here, stop by Izawanomiya Shrine and Ise-Shima National Park Yokoyama Visitor Center. Shima Peninsula is a family-friendly destination while offering something for everyone.

Where to stay in Shima Peninsula

Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Shima Peninsula has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Shima Peninsula with Hotels.com by checking our online map. Our maps display the areas and neighborhoods around all Shima Peninsula hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Shima Peninsula hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

How to get to Shima Peninsula

Fly in to Nagoya (NGO-Chubu Centrair Intl.), 32.7 mi (52.7 km) from downtown Shima Peninsula. Nagoya (NKM-Komaki) is the next closest major airport, 60 mi (96.6 km) away.

Train stations include:
  • • Ise station
  • • Futaminoura station

What to see around Shima Peninsula

Outdoor activities are at hand such as boating, surfing, and fishing, along with attractions like:
  • • Watakano Pearl Beach
  • • Toba Marina
  • • Goza Shirahama Beach
  • • Tomoyama Park
  • • Ikenoura Beach
The aquarium and amusement park are family-friendly highlights, and top sights include:
  • • Shima Spain Village
  • • Shima Marineland
  • • Ise Azuchi Momoyama Culture Village
  • • Toba Aquarium
  • • Futami Sea Paradise
Its hot springs, parks, and seaside offer a glimpse of the natural beauty and favorite spots include:
  • • Mt. Asama
  • • Ise-Shima Nat'l Park
  • • Shoryu no Matsu Tree
  • • Mikimoto Pearl Island
  • • Ichigo Beach
Some recommended places to see include:
  • • Izawanomiya Shrine
  • • Ise-Shima National Park Yokoyama Visitor Center
  • • Yokoyama Observatory
  • • Matoya Bay Bridge
  • • Kongoshoji Temple

When to visit Shima Peninsula

If you're starting to plan your trip, you might be wondering when's the best time to visit. Here are the seasonal norms to help you decide when to go:

Seasonal temperature averages
  • January-March: 60°F day, 33°F night
  • April-June: 80°F day, 45°F night
  • July-September: 88°F day, 62°F night
  • October-December: 74°F day, 35°F night
Seasonal rainfall averages
  • January-March: 0.31 inches
  • April-June: 0.39 inches
  • July-September: 0.47 inches
  • October-December: 0.35 inches