Pak Weep Beach, sandwiched between Coconut Beach and Bang Sak Beach, is a small and remarkably quiet stretch of sand in the national park. The national park status prevents any noisy boats or sunbeds, so there’s plenty of space to get away from it all.
Pak Weep is great for families, with slides and swings just off the beach in the trees. There are chilled out resorts and restaurants all along the shore facing the Andaman sunset, and at low tide there’s always a load of shells for you to pick. If you do want a sunbed then check out the resorts who are sometimes allowed a small area on the beach.