Beaches

No two beaches in Bali are the same. You can enjoy the busy city beaches of Kuta with a bar only a few steps away, giving you a chance to enjoy a relaxing drink on beach bean bags. Also in the south of Bali there are a selection of bays, caves, cliffs and surf to give beach hopper’s a great mix of landscape’s and activities. Travel further north for the the quieter black sand beaches beaches that stretch out to clear blue waters brimming with marine life, including playful dolphins. If diving and snorkeling is what you are interested in head east to enjoy stunning reefs and shipwrecks. 

Highlights

Bali Beaches

Kuta Beach

Bali Beaches

Jimbaran Beach

Located on the south coast you can enjoy stunning cliffs and white sand beaches. This is a great spot for dining on the beach or visiting the local seafood market. 

Bali Beaches

Nusa Dua Beach

Located on the south coast, beautiful white sand beaches, with palm trees for shade. A family friendly beach with a range of water sports. 

Bali Beaches

Echo Beach

Located on the southern coast this is “The” beach to be seen at, with great shabby chic bars and excellent surf.

Bali Beaches

Nusa Penida

A beautiful green island just off Bali’s southern coastline. Nusa Penida is a great place to explore, relax on the beach and get those dream holiday photos.

Bali Beaches

Padang Pandang Beach

A beautiful bay full of coves on the southern coast, you may recognize this beach from the Julia Robert’s film Eat, Pray, Love.

Bali Beaches

Menjangan Island

Bali Beaches

Lovina Beach

A beautiful quiet black sand beach located on the northwest of Bali. Head out onto the ocean for an amazing dolphin experience or travel inland for hot springs and waterfalls.

Bali Beaches

Amed Beach

Located on the east coast, this black sand beach offers stunning landscapes. This beach is excellent for snorkeling and diving and a must for ship wreck divers.

Bali Beaches

Blue hole and Padang Bai harbor

Excellent dive site’s with stunning beaches. Located on the east coast of Bali, this port is where the ferry to Lombok departs.

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