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We braved the rain and 500+ steep steps down (& up) was worth it. Please note that this beach is not excessible for the handicapped, kids and elderly! It can be dangerous. Parking for bike is 2000k. The view is spectacular, sand is so fine...More
It’s an amazing beach but the walk down from the car park and back is a seriously steep unmade track and a ‘hell walk’ down and back. Worth the challenge and would do it again but make sure your level of fitness is at worst...More
one of the nicest beach to explore in Uluwatu, long nice beach,if you lucky to explore in low tide you could find a shipwreck on the beach...it's so Instagram-able !!!... it's worth it to walk down about 20-25 minutes, just about 10-15 people on the...More
It needs a walk down the stairs from the parking to reach to this place - but this also makes it slightly inaccessible for the crowds and the shops. So what you find is a beach all by yourself... and maybe a few more folks....More
This is by far the best beach to visit when your in Pecatu. There are hardly any tourists or local stalls, which then gives you that real secluded feeling (cast away!).
To get there you must walk down the hill for about 25 minutes so...More
Nyang Nyang beach has got to be my favourite beach. It’s a steep climb down the cliff but it’s all worth it. There are hardly 1-2 odd couples one will see, the water is crystal clear, strong currents but easy to swim. The entire stretch...More
Long way down, even longer up, but it definitely worth it! Very important to go before noon, until the tide is up, after 1 pm the water is getting lower and you only see the reef. Max 20 people on a 1 km long beach...More