Nyang Nyang Beach in Bali

Hidden Beach in South Bali

Nyang Nyang Beach is a pristine 1.5-km stretch of white sand on the southernmost coast of Bali. Remote and secluded by cliffs, the beach calls for a long trek down a lush cliffside to reach it. It offers a rewarding sight for day-trippers as well as beach lovers exploring the island’s southern peninsula and who are in search of a beach that’s far from the crowds.

Experienced surfers can often ride the uncrowded waves here all for themselves. The beach is located in the Pecatu area, half a kilometre’s drive southeast of Uluwatu Temple. It’s about a half-hour trek down rugged terrain – a journey rewarded by splendid views over a hillside covered in lush greenery and flowering bushes.

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Features of Nyang Nyang Beach

Nyang Nyang’s deserted seascape is bordered by slanting cliffs with thin mists hanging above the ocean. You’ll often be able to see the natural reef that breaks the incoming tides, allowing for calm and clear waters bordering the coast. The long coastline makes for a good walk, with the occasional sight of local seaweed farmers tending to their crops, or bold and lonesome surfers beyond the reef break.

Nyang Nyang Beach is divided into halves by a broad grassy headland. You’ll be treated to a lone split shipwreck on the sand near the western end of the beach’s eastern half. You can stay on for sunset here or make the climb up again before dark. The beach is popular among campers as the deserted ambience makes it an excellent spot for bonfires under the stars and for those willing to set up tents and camp the night.

Swimming out in the waves isn’t recommended – there are no lifeguards on patrol. Also, be in good shape and bring adequate rations and drinking water for the trek down the cliff – there are no food stalls or peddlers other than on the clifftop and one at Nyang Nyang Beach’s western half which sells refreshments and beach sarongs.

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Bulgari Hotels and Resorts

Bulgari Resort & Residences, Bali is one of Balis prominent luxury five-star resorts, located on Jalan Goa Lempeh near the village of Pecatu, a secluded cliff region on the islands southern Bukit peninsula.The resort is within a 40-minute transfer from the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Tuban.Nearby highlights include the famous landmark and sea temple of Uluwatu, which is an approximate half-hour drive west from the resort.The favourite sunset and seafood cafe-lined Jimbaran Bay is a 20-kilometre trip north, while the livelier crowds can be found around Kuta and Legian, and the upscale boutiques and entertainment venues of Seminyak is within a 45-minute trip further north. Read More...

Nyang Nyang Beach

  • Location: Jalan Batu Nunggalan, Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung, Bali, Indonesia
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