My wife, our friend and myself visited this beach on a trip from Ubud, and were only able to stay for three hours. If you weren't aware of it's location you would most likely never find it. The last 300 metres of road to the beach are a real goat track. The beach itself is nice white sand with some volcanic black sand mixed in, It's less than a kilometre in length, with about 7 - 10 warungs and souvenir stalls immediately opposite the road (track). There are the usual vendors patrolling the beach, nowhere near as pushy as the Kuta vendors. We had a delightful seafood meal and plenty of cold drinks as we rested on the daybeds and watched the waves roll onto the beach. The vendors don't go to the far end of the beach where the fishing boats are, so if they bother you too much, you have the option of moving a hundred metres or so and relaxing on the sand near the boats. If we had been aware of this lovely spot we would have arranged to spend the whole day there, but we certainly enjoyed our time there, and would go again on a future trip to Bali.
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