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Best Beaches to Visit in Seminyak Area.
A blissful trip to Bali would be incomplete without spending the day with your toes in the sand and salty sea water in your hair. And if there’s anything this Island of Gods is not short of, its definitely beautiful beaches with lush landscape that give way to a sea of great surf.
But with so many beaches to choose from across the island, it’s hard to figure out which one is worth the visit. So we decided to start by sharing a few of our favorite beach spots within the Seminyak area.
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1. Double Six Beach
Surrounded by beach chairs, sarong sellers and sunset bars be warned – Double Six is quite a busy place. Located closer to Legian, the main reason that Double Six is so popular has a lot to do with the fact that it’s one of the safer beaches to swim in Seminyak. With its flat surfaced sand, coral free sea and shallow surf breaks, the beach itself is perfect for beginner surfers or for young ones to play in the sea. So if you’re the sociable type or prefer a safe area to swim, this beach is definitely worth a visit.
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2. Petitenget Beach
More popular among the locals, the entrance to Petitenget beach is located just off the famous La Lucciola Restaurant and Pura Petitenget temple. Clean and well kept, this beach is admirable for relaxing picnics and sunset views. But one thing Petitenget beach is not for is definitely swimming or tanning in your swimwear – the area has been declared sacred for Balinese ceremonies so respect the locals and dress decent when you’re there.
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3. Batu Belig Beach
Closer towards Kerobokan area, Batu Belig beach has a nice stretch that connects north of Petitenget beach. Being less crowded, you’ll definitely feel at peace as you let the ocean breeze blow in your hair and the white sand touch your toes. Compared to its neighboring beach, basking in your bikini and swimming in the sea is allowed but due to the undercurrent and sometimes rough waves, make sure you stay between the allocated flags that the lifeguards have placed to avoid any troubles!
4. Berawa Beach
If you’ve decided to walk further up north from Batu Belig and managed to cross the shallow river stream, you’ll discover a more chilled out area called Berawa Beach. Unlike Batu Belig, you’ll come to find that this is where a lot of intermediate to really good surfers take their waves. And while we wouldn’t recommend a beginner to surf here, it’s definitely nice to just sit back, relax, have a beer and watch the pros do their thing.
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