The Ciletuh-Pelabuhanratu National Park area has been designated as a geopark area since 2015 by the Central Government and three years later, in 2018, it was designated as a Global Geopark Network by UNESCO. Since being designated as a geopark area, this area has been increasing a lot, especially in the tourism sector with the recorded number of tourists being 14,723,559 visitors in 2019-2020. The purpose of this report is to analyze the various regulations used in the management and development of the UNESCO Global Geopark area and their application through a study of the Attractions, Accessibility, and Amenities (3A) components of tourism. The results of this study state that the implementation of the policy for the development of tourism areas in Ciletuh Bay has not run optimally, marked by difficult accessibility also inadequate facilities and infrastructure. So, it requires cooperation from various parties, including the government, the private sector, and the surrounding community in the form of active participation and investment.