Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia
This is such an unusual beach, as to get to it you have to walk down the steps, past warungs, surf shops and restaurants until you are at the foot of the cliff; then you walk through a sandy cave around to your left and through ankle deep water to reach a small sandy beach; where you can sunbath and watch the pro surfers to there thing. We had a lot of fun here, the girls were very excited to walk through the cave and there was even a boat wreck washed up on the beach. Word of warning though, it’s best to only walk round to this beach when the tide is going out which will ensure an easy passage back through the cave.
Loved this beach... it’s a must visit for all.. apart from its natural beauty it has easy access and good surfing waves... it has lot of beautiful hidden places/ caves to photograph... it’s neat n clean has easy access to lot of restaurants and bars near by and over its cliffs...
Great beach save for the 200 or so stairs down (and up again) which will undoubtedly be a deterrent for some. Walk from Benin beach to Dreamland beach at low tide to find some less crowded and very nice swimming spots.
Gorgeous. Must see. Nothing like it. Been going there over 30 years!! Some of world's best surf on its day!
Lovely setting to grab sunset photos. It is more suited to surfers, though not a great deal of sand on the beach therefore quite rocky Prices of food and drink are a lot cheaper than Kuta, so enjoy an evening in one of the many restaurants. I ate at District 6 and the pizza was excellent as was the tuna burger, definitely recommended. The atmosphere was great too.