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Bingin Beach, Pecatu

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Test your surfing skills at Bingin Beach, known for its demanding breaks and dramatic coastal scenery. Surrounded by rugged cliffs, this unpretentious beach remains a favorite for experienced surfers and others interested in escaping the usual Bali experience. Shallow reefs make this spot unsuitable for novice surfers and swimmers, though you can sign up for lessons at several nearby beaches, where they provide less demanding surfing conditions and access to good amenities. You can drive to this beach from the area's airport in about 30 minutes. Prepare to walk rocky paths between the road and the water by wearing sturdy shows suitable for rugged terrain. Add Bingin Beach and other attractions to your Pecatu trip itinerary using our Pecatu day trip tool.
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  • Well recommended for Open WaterSwimming. Managed 1.1 km the first morning I’m here. Aim to double that tomorrow… The corals are still pristine and there are even coral fishes swimming...  more »
  • I have been here so many times, when i visited in bali i always came here again and again because here you could to healing your self with the beautiful sunset and the good vibes 🤍  more »
  • To reach this beach, you need to walk 5 minutes through the stairs from the parking spot. There is no entrance fee but the edge of the beach is filled with restaurant and private hotel. The sea is...  more »
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  • Bingin Beach is a hidden gem. An absolute must visit when in Bali. There’s a handful of restaurants right on the beach, including fresh seafood bbq most evenings. You meet lots of travellers and local surfers along the beach. It’s a beautiful walk down, there’s lots of stairs, but absolutely worth the effort. Spend some time to relax on the beach and watch the sunset, then grab dinner nearby at the Cashew tree.
  • The way to get there is a bit tiring. You can only go there by 10 minutes walking from the parking lot and you have to going down through really steep stairs to go to the beach. Bingin beach Is a place for you who wants to enjoy a calm beach with a good sunset view.
  • Really cool spot to watch the sun drop & sit back enjoying a drink! Little hard to find being down quite alot of steps but worth it for a clean beach with few people on it and great waves to surf :)
  • Beautiful beach, but it's not good for swimming and snorkeling. Maybe good for surfing, but I didn't try to surf there 😉🤗 !
  • yet nice beach with poor food offers for vegan. byo! good for snorkeling if not low tide. else good for sunsets.

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