Kuta beach is located on southwest of Bali Island, Indonesia, and boasts the best sunsets in the world. It's one of the best things to see on the islands and is VERY romantic. There are also many seafood restaurants along the beach only a 15 minute taxi ride from Nusa Dua. We recommend finding out the exact time the sun sets and getting there half an hour early to make sure you get a good seat.
This is a beach paradise with amazing waves and kilometres of white sand. We ate delicious seafood, as the sun began to set creating impressive light, reflections and shadows. I could not resist such charm, so I started taking pictures with my camera and this is the result. It was a wonderful day and the beach was an idyllic place which I will never forget.
Lovina is located in the north of the island of Bali. It's a wonderful place to scuba dive, or see the dolphins. The people are very charming. On the sea shore you can see these little fisherman's houses, where each inhabitant will gladly invite you in for a small fee, where you can see the dolphins very early in the morning before the sun has risen. In the afternoon, the sea water merges with the sky. I sat on the black sand beach, and watched the sunset, it made us dream, and took us into a different world. You can't hear a thing, only the faint noise of geckos and other animals.
The beaches of Nusa Dua, Bali - Indonesia are a paradise that deserves to be put on a postcard. The water is crystal clear, and here you can see local fishermen. Rest in a hammock and enjoy the moment.
Tip: Beware of squirrels ... When you least expect it, they'll be on your table stealing peanuts.
Dreamland Beach isn't a very large surfing beach, but you can still see fishermen and bathers, surfers and a lot of big waves. It's set on a wonderful landscape, there's also a cove that's surrounded by rocky cliffs and the water is crystal clear and there's abundant marine life. For surfers it's a real paradise.
A few meters away from [poi = 57679] Kuta beach [/ poi], we stumbled upon the magnificent Legian beach. From this beach you can also see some wonderful sunsets of a reddish orange colour that is difficult to describe, because it is not very common to see such intense colors as those reflected in the water and sand. The atmosphere of this beach is much more relaxed than Kuta beach, but you can still find many vendors and food stalls that start to appear after dark and it is quite a sight to see them with their kerosene lanterns lit and their steaming woks. On the other side of the beach, there are lots of bars, filled with backpackers and surfers, mostly from neighboring Australia. Sunbathing, walking, watching a sunset, diving or snorkeling, swimming, windsurfing or kite surfing or just relax with a book, with the wonderful swell of the tide echoing in your ears, will make your stay in Bali feel like you´re spending a few days in paradise.
Indonesia is a really amazing destination. I was fortunate enough to visit two years ago, and the locals were extremely welcoming, helping me to travel to different islands beyond the popular Bali, which is very crowded and, for me, just has too many tourists. I was left open-mouthed by Lombok, almost completely empty when I went (October). For 20 euros you can rent a bike all day, and explore the island discovering beautiful beaches. Then it was on to Nusa Penida, another amazing island ... temples, caves, few tourists, and no English speakers, but we got by with gestures. An incredible experience in an incredible country.