In order to repair or protect the erosive beach, beach nourishment can be used as a countermeasure while minimizing the environmental impacts. However, beach nourishment is not a permanent solution and requires periodic renourishment after several years. In that respect, selecting the optimum grain size of the sand for the beach nourishment is very important. Generally, larger grain sized sand is more resistant to the erosion, thus extending the period of renourishment. In this study, four different test cases of cross-shore hydraulic model tests were selected and conducted to discover effective nourishment strategy specifically to find the effective alternative methods.