View Areas of Bali on a bigger map Lovina Beach stretches for eight kilometres in the north of the island of Bali, away from the bustle and mass tourism. This beach is famous for its solitude, extraordinary beauty of the underwater world and black-and-gold coast. The gorgeous and active underwater life has made this beach a favourite place for diving and snorkelling Here you can find diving and windsurfing schools and, what is even more important, inexpensive accommodation with beautiful views.

A little village Kalibukbuk by the name is considered to be the centre of the district. This area is not invaded by tourists as Kuta Beach and Legian Beach are, but it does not mean that you cannot have a comfortable stay. You will find “tasty” restaurants, supermarkets, souvenir shops – the same as everywhere, and you will be pleasantly surprised with the prices as they are rather low compared to popular resort areas of Bali. Lovers of educational tourism should visit Air Panas Banjar hot springs and one of the oldest Buddhist temples Brahmavihara Arama.

The major objects of interest are the ocean locals – the dolphins. It is possible to admire these gorgeous creatures in their natural surroundings in Lovina exactly. With the first rays of the rising sun up to a hundred of dolphins start to frolic just near the coast. It is highly recommended to come here at dawn, to rent a little private fishing boat and to make sure that your camera is fully charged.

Have you long been dreaming of swimming with dolphins? You can do it! The hotel where you can take a therapy course or just swim with the beautiful and friendly creatures in a specially equipped swimming pool is located right in Lovina.

Lovina Gallery