The North and East Coasts of Bali offer a complete contrast to the hustle and bustle of the South Coast. The predominantly black-sand beaches are generally peaceful and with the dramatic backdrop of volcanoes rising suddenly and sharply, they are a great place to relax and unwind.
The North Coast
Lovina, the most famous of the north coast resorts, is - a few private villas aside - a backpacker town. There is a good selection of good value places to eat and dolphin watching can be arranged from here in season. We would generally suggest staying in nearby Pemuteran. This small town has a great selection of hotels, including Matahari Beach Resort and Puri Ganesha Villas, and is conveniently located to enjoy the famous diving and snorkelling spot of Menjangan Island. A little further west is the wonderfully unique Menjangan Resort which is built in Bali Barat national park and is host to some idyllic lagoons with some of the only white-sand beaches on the north coast.
Puri Ganesha Villas, Pemuteran
Sublime privacy, space and sophistication in four traditionally stylish villas
Menjangan Resort, Pemuteran
Idyllic hideaway surrounded by verdant National Parks opposite deserted white sand islands.
The laid back east coast, in the shadow of Mount Agung, is centred on the sleepy town of Amed. A succession of small and idyllic black-sand beaches, interspersed with small fishing villages, creates a peaceful and laid back atmosphere. The area is a renowned snorkelling and diving location, with some fantastic reefs off the coast and the famous Liberty Wreck at nearby Tulamben. Accommodation is relatively low key, with Villa Markisa a great option particularly suited to families. The secluded Amankila on the South East coast is a dramatic and luxurious alternative.
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Villa Markisa, Amed
An intimate beach resort on Bali’s peaceful East coast within easy reach of some of Bali’s best dive sites.