Along the western coast of Moon lies the Great Reef, a reef that, much like the lone beach on the coast, stretches for a hundred miles. Visible just at the edge of the tide, the Reef is a beautiful collection of all colors of the rainbow just under the surface of the water. It serves to give a breathtaking sight, but it also cleans the water coming in and deters invasion over the sea.
There is only one beach on the western coast, but it stretches for nearly the entire side of the island. The sand is bright white but is rarely too hot to step on thanks to the cooler air coming in from the north. The water is cleansed by the reef, and is said to be the richest blue ever encountered so close to land. In recent times resorts have sprung up around the shoreline, all of course owned by the Shrine.