Bali is known for its many beaches, varying from black sand to good surf and also lesser known pristine beaches. In this blog we’ll give you our top 6 best Bali beaches!
Best Bali Beaches – Our Top 6 Beaches in Bali
1. Bingin Beach
Bingin Beach is one of the many beautiful Bali beaches located in the south. It is popular for its surf, unique rock formations, luxury villas as well as its restaurants that overlook the ocean. This beach is known to photographers for having large rock formations which look great in photos. The many beach front restaurants are also a great place to take photos or to watch the sunset.
For more information on Bingin Beach, check out our blog post here.
2. Pasut Beach
Pasut Beach is the best black sand beach in Bali and is currently a hidden gem. This beach mainly consists of locals so you won’t find many tourists around. However, this black sand beach is definitely an up and coming hotspot. The best part about this black sand beach is that you’re allowed to drive your vehicle along the expansive coastline. Therefore you can drive your scooter all along the black sand.
For more information on how to get to Pasut Beach, check out our blog post here.
Melasti Beach is located in the south of Bali and has some of the clearest blue water that you’ll find in Bali. This beach is also known for its incredible towering limestone cliffs which look amazing in photographs. This beach is a must if you’re looking to get away from the busy beaches and spend a day relaxing in the perfect water. Melasti is definitely our favourite beach in Bali and our top pick as one of the best Bali beaches.
For more information on how to get to Melasti Beach, check out our blog post here.
Balangan Beach is located in the south of Bali and is an ideal spot for those looking to enjoy the sun, perfect sand as well as the surf. At Balangan Beach you’ll find some of the best water Bali has to offer. This beach is an ideal location for surfers and beachgoers that are after a chilled out vibe. A popular feature of Balangan Beach is its famous cliff viewpoint which gives you a panoramic view of the beach below.
For more information on Balangan Beach, check out our blog post here.
Tegal Wangi Beach is a new photography hotspot in Bali and is becoming very popular due to its gorgeous cave formation which is the perfect spot to catch a sunset photo. If you’re not into taking photos at the cave then you can relax on the perfect white sand. Additionally, there are some rock pools that become exposed as the tide goes out.
For more information on Tegal Wangi Beach, check out our blog post here.
Nyang Nyang Beach is popular for its multiple shipwrecks which make for a perfect photo opportunity. This beach is also one of Bali’s quietest beaches. This is because of its location in the south and 30 minute walk down from the top of the cliff. This beach is great to visit if you’re after a quiet secluded beach. The beach used to be in pristine condition, although when we visited, the beach was full of rubbish and plastic. We’re unsure wether or not the rubbish is still there. If it isn’t, then it’s the perfect spot to relax on the sand and view the shipwrecks.
For more information on Nyang Nyang Beach, check out our blog post here.
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