Nusa Dua
from £ 2,383
per night

The Shanti Residence

14 pers. max. 7 bedrooms 15 staff
10/10
3 Customer reviews
Nusa Dua
from £ 607
per night

Villa Waru

15 pers. max. 7 bedrooms 7 staff
9.6/10
6 Customer reviews

Nusa Dua family villas

Nusa Dua is located in the southeastern region of the Bukit Peninsula. Home to luxury vacation rentals, high-end shopping complexes, golf courses and top-notch dining establishments, Nusa Dua lends itself to vacationers looking to unwind in style during their seaside holiday.

Your villa enjoys a prime location in a quiet hillside area overlooking the Indian Ocean. Enjoy five-star amenities such as a private infinity pool, master suites with outdoor soaking tubs, on-site spa and fitness facilities and impeccable personal guest services. Let us know if you’re travelling with young children, so we can recommend properties offering amenities like stair gates, pool fences, child minding services and more.

Nusa Dua Beach is just a quick drive from your villa. The surrounding hotels and resorts lend an air of exclusivity to the area, and the white sand coast is clean, with plenty of water sports options. It’s safe for swimming, and activities like parasailing, banana boating, donut boating, jet skiing, wakeboarding and snorkeling are popular among holidaymakers.

From the beach, you’re within walking distance to Bali Collection. Here you’ll find luxury fashion brands alongside handicraft stores, souvenir shops, spas, restaurants and cafes. For an indulgent half-day spa experience, head to the beautifully appointed Kayumanis Spa Nusa Dua. The spa menu offers hair treatments, body scrubs, foot baths, massages and even a beer spa treatment if you’re up for trying something new!

Attending a yoga or meditation class is also a great way to unwind. Drop-in classes are available at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, and your villa manager will assist with organising in-villa classes if you prefer a private class setting.

Visit the Water Blow, a coastal attraction with uninterrupted panoramas over the ocean. Depending on the weather, large waves may crash against the limestone cliffs, creating a dramatic seascape and wonderful photo-taking opportunities. The neighbouring Serangan Island, accessible via a bridge or boat ride draws vacationers looking to surf, windsurf, swim or go boating. Stop by the Turtle Conservation and Education Centre to get a close-up look on how injured turtles are taken care of, before being released out on the beaches.

Spend quality time with family at the Nusa Dua Promenade, where a walking path stretches out alongside a coast. The morning and early evenings are the best times for taking a stroll, which comes accompanied with breathtaking views over the Indian Ocean. Take your little ones for an enchanting cultural performance at the Devdan Show, comprising of acrobatics, traditional dances and tribal ceremonies. Older children will appreciate a visit at the Museum Pasifika, which houses artworks and antiques from artists all around the world.

There’s no lack of kid-friendly restaurants here. Don’t miss out on Prego’s incredible Sunday brunch, featuring a spread of Italian dishes, free pool access and play area. Cucina also does a great brunch. The Beach Club at Courtyard by Marriott is a good option for relaxed dining at a picturesque waterfront venue. Stop by at Meads Beach Bar & Grill for some of the freshest seafood catches on the island. The highlights here include the tuna and avocado salad, seafood trio and oysters with Thai salsa.