Mention Bali, and one immediately conjures up postcard-perfect images of an idyllic seaside vacation. Days are spent sunbathing along the coast, enjoying leisurely beach strolls, hitting the waves or catching spectacular sunset shows. From the dreamy white sand beaches of the Bukit Peninsula to Canggu’s glittering black sand coasts and world-class surf spots, Bali offers something for beach-goer. And the best way to enjoy this is to stay at a beachfront villa.
Your beachfront villas in Bali offer sweeping sea views and direct beach access. A lush tropical garden, containing a private pool and outdoor living spaces stretches out towards the coast. Step in to lounge comfortably in the indoor-outdoor living spaces, where an open plan lounge flows seamlessly to include a fully equipped kitchen and dining area. All our properties enjoy ultimate privacy and impeccable service from an on-site team.
The beaches of Double Six, Seminyak and Petitenget are the hotspots in the south. Beach clubs, seafront restaurants and eateries are peppered along the shores, so you won’t be lacking in dining nor entertainment options throughout your stay at our beachfront villas in Bali. KU DE TA and Potato Head are the usual suspects for sundowners and waterfront dining, but the area also offers a whole host of options, including the immaculately appointed Plantation Grill, as well as La Lucciola, a long-standing establishment.
Canggu offers a different vibe altogether. Home to world-class surf spots, with advanced reef breaks and strong waves, the waters here are strictly for experienced surfers. The beach ambience is more laid back compared to the south; chilling out at a beach bar while watching surfers catch the waves is the way of life here. Beyond the beach, Canggu offers an eclectic mix of attractions and amenities - there’s a growing yoga and healthy cafe scene, vibrant nightlife hangouts and colourful art galleries.
From these Bali beachfront villas, it's easy for you to visit other parts of Bali. Combine day trips to the beach with excursions up north to the cultural hub of Ubud. Known as Bali’s arts and culture hub, the town is home to well-curated museums, art galleries and artisans specialising in silver making, woodwork and more. Its other highlights are its sprawling emerald rice fields, mystical temples and yoga and meditation studios.
Or take a drive southwards to the Bukit Peninsula, the island’s southernmost tip. Here you’ll find hanging cliffs, paradisiacal white sand beaches, nature attractions and top-notch surf sites. Take in the traditional architectural details of the Uluwatu Temple, and enjoy sweeping clifftop vistas when you ascend up to the peak.
With its breathtaking seascape, Tegal Wangi Beach is a venue best visited around sunset. Other must-dos to be checked off your itinerary include visiting the Nusa Dua Water Blow and enjoying clifftop dining at venues like Ju-Ma-Na, OPIA and Dugong Restaurant.