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  • Beach access : by Foot, Sepeda Motor, Mobil
  • Busy : low
  • Snorkeling
  • Lifeguard : none
  • Drinks & Snacks
  • Pantai atau Surfing Lokasi : Pantai
  • Pantai / Pasir : Pasir Hitam
  • Panjang : 5 km
  • Baik untuk Anak
  • Ombat : no waves
  • Bersi : alam
  • Dasar Laut : Pasir & Batu
Tempat Surfing
  • Great for Beginners
  • Restaurant nearby
  • Surf Board Repair nearby
  • Surfing (* - ****) : ---
Daerah: Lovina
Nama lain:
Kondisi Laut:

Pantai Lovina

Lovina is the name given to a beach strip that runs through several traditional fishing villages in North Bali. Although Lovina is far from most of Bali's tourist centers, it has long been on the tourist map, which means that the beach here is a bit busier than some of the more deserted locations in the area, although it is never crowded. The beach at Lovina is a thin line of black sand, which can be accessed by small roads and alleys or from beachfront hotels. As Lovina is in a sheltered cove, it is very safe for swimming, and there are rarely any waves or currents. In some areas, snorkeling and diving can be done right off the beach.

One of Lovina's major attractions is dolphins and boats run regularly from the beach on dolphin sighting trips, which are best done at sunrise or sunset. The many local jukung (outrigger canoes) at Lovina add to its scenic beauty. The busier nature of the area also means, however, that the beach can be dirty at times. Lovina is roughly a two- to three-hour drive from South and Central Bali. It is best accessed with a hired driver, and guests are recommended to stay overnight.