For sun seekers dismayed by some of Bali’s rougher waters, this is a beach you can actually swim in. Situated close to the Nusa Dua golf course, the sparkling green-blue water here remains relatively calm with gentle rolling waves. The sand is thick and soft, packed hard so you can play a game of volleyball or go for a leisurely beach run.
A string of restaurants make this a popular Sunday brunch spot, especially with the local expats and their young ones. There are touts hawking their wares but they’re relatively tame compared to other beaches and deck chairs can be rented from about 20,000 rupiah (US$2) a day.
Go at the right time of the day and you’ll see seaweed farmers working between the area from Geger Cafe to Geger Temple. Another big plus? This is one of the few beaches where topless sunbathing is allowed Which beach in Bali ? Located five minutes from the Nusa Dua golf course and next to the St Regis Nusa Dua resort.