Name: Pantai Berawa
Where is it: Canggu, South Bali
Directions: From Kuta take Sunset Rd to Kerobokan, follow sign in direction of Canggu / Tanah Lot. Take left hand turn when you see Pantai Berawa sign, follow locals roads for 15 minutes to end. You can also keep going straight after taking the left at the Pantai Berawa sign. After 200 meters you’ll come to an archway. Go through and follow the road towards the beach, ask locals if you get lost. This rute takes you through the local village which is built up.
Distance from Kuta:
Approximately 30 minutes during hours outside of rush hour.
Parking along the street is available for cars and bikes.
The only facilities at Pantai Berawa is the Legong Keraton Beach Hotel, which has a lovely patio area with shades. 100 meters back on the road from the beach is a small shop / warung selling the basics. Keep going straight, and head through the town, rather than past the rice fields, and you’ll have a small selection of local shops.
Recliners / shades:
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Why would you come to Pantai Berawa?
You would come to Pantai Berawa if you wanted a beach that was less busy than Kuta beach. Pantai Berawa is a local beach that attracts surfers on occasion. If you want to sunbathe, take a swim, go for a walk in peace, this is a good beach.
Pantai Berawa does not have lifeguards and is not heavily trafficked. Currents are stronger than on Kuta Beach. If you get into difficulties swimming, probably no one will notice.
Best time to go:
Anytime of day is good. Morning around 6.30am will be good if you don’t like strong sun, the wind is less in the morning too.
Pantai Berawa is a local beach that is reasonably close to Kuta. Sand is a light brown, fairly clean. There is low scrub and trees at the back of the beach, but not the swaying palms some people associate with paradise. Pantai Berawa, and the whole Canggu beach area is windy and part of the attraction is watching the waves crash in. Sipping an iced tea at Legong Keraton is very pleasant and relaxing. Souvenir vendors hang around the entrance to the beach, but on
the beach its pretty deserted.
Legong Keraton – The Bistro:
Nice location, comfortable seating under shades.
Breakfast – includes American breakfast (42,000rp)
Lunch & Dinner – includes Appetizers, Soup, Salads, Sandwiches,
Burgers & Jaffles. Club Sandwich & French Fries (28,000rp).
Oriental dishes – including Chicken garlic rice set (27,000rp)
International dishes – including Black pepper steak with potatoes and salad (38,000rp)
Indonesian dishes – including Sate rice set (38,000rp)
Desserts – including Fresh fruit platter (13,000rp)
A small Bintang is 14,000rp. A Coke is 9,000rp.
All prices subject to 21% tax and service.
Here’s the coordinates if anyone has a GPS.
08 40.048 S