Bukit Peninsula Beaches
Featuring a backdrop of rugged cliffs, the plentiful beaches of the peninsula in Bali are truly unique and picturesque. Largely untouched when compared to Bali’s other beaches, many visitors claim them to be some of the best to enjoy across the island.
Bingin Beach in Pecatu is a hidden gem that when discovered through its winding paths, treats visitors to its extraordinary scenery. Painted with idyllic beach huts, local vendors and warungs offering shelter from the sun, this beach is the place to kick back, soak up the cool and calm atmosphere and truly unwind. It’s also a fantastic location for surfing, with great waves to ignite the adrenaline of any surfer. Discover hidden sandy nooks, rock pools and the perfect space to perch and watch the sun go down. Don’t miss the nightly seafood BBQ on offer.
Dreamland Beach features golden white sands secluded by limestone cliffs in Ungasan, Uluwatu. With an easy access road, the beach is heralded as a famous surf spot. The undeniable atmosphere this creates makes it perfect for a day trip and for visitors to enjoy relaxation as they dip their toes in the clear blue waters. Featuring several beachfront restaurants and bars, it’s a great place to add to your list of beaches to visit in Bali.
Open white sand beach prevails at Padang Padang Beach, made popular by the film Eat, Pray, Love. Decorated with rocks that lie on the beach’s shore, this is the place to relax for a while and soak up the tranquil atmosphere. These sheltered waters are perfect for swimming and of course you can try your hand at surfing, with many surf schools catering to this area.
Experience the tropical atmosphere of Balangan Beach, located in the white stone hill area of Pecatu. A set of stairs lead down this fabulous stretch of coastline, with a cliff face that juts out for picturesque photo opportunities. Popular with surfers, there’s also plenty of space to relax and sheltered loungers that can be hired throughout the day.