The shifting of conventional disaster management paradigm to the holistic one is not only in the emergency response, but also covers the entire steps in the disaster management cycle. Holistic disaster management has now been mainstreamed in the national development planning. Risk survey and mapping is disaster risk reduction instrument. This instrument is an essential issue in respect to vast number of casualties and loss caused by disasters. This scientific study was aimed to give an insight of integrated coastal risk survey and mapping and also to be used as the scientific guideline of coastal risk mapping in Indonesia. The study was conducted in the three different coastal area in South Coast of Java Island, i.e. Cilacap District, Pacitan Sub-district, and Parangtritis Community. There three study areas were chosen due to the variety of physical and social character and also the different risk mapping scale, respectively, small scale, middle scale, and large scale.
Several methods were applied in this study i.e. 1) literature review, 2) site visit, 3) workshop, and 4) data and facts analysis. Risk mapping comprises of three components which are further combined to obtain the disaster risk. These three components are hazard mapping, vulnerability mapping, and capacity mapping. Multi-scaled disaster risk analysis is limited to the availability of the required data and information. The focal constraint was found in the vulnerability and capacity components due to the diversity of the information in district, community, and household level. The hazard information level depends on the available base map scale.