Peaceful. Nice waves. Not a huge fan of the alcoholics roaming about from the beachside taps but aside from that a no ve stretch of beach as far as Bali beaches are concerned.
1. Mid-tide is the best surfing time, and even weaker ones, like me, can make a few waves. There are reefs at the bottom, but they are quite deep and hardly can be stepped on. Only once when the bottom tide level drops, it hits a little bit. The break point is a little far away from the shore, you have to draw to get there. But the wave is not very urgent and the starting point is relatively stable, it is better to enter the wave zone. I prefer to go to the graffiti wall painting on the right and wait for the waves. There is a breakpoint sign on the wall painting, which is far away from the sea to check that it is not being carried too far by the stream. 2. The surfing culture of this place feels particularly good. It’s always wrong to dare not stand in the way and wait for the waves on the first day in the sea. An Australian uncle expressed willingness to take me to rush for a while. And in the few days I went there, I saw that the local coaches were very responsible. I really love pro surfer, and occasionally I would say something to me, who is not a student. 3. The graffiti wall is painted on the right, and the bottom tide is a sea urchin reef zone. I was ignorant and went ashore here, my feet were pierced by sea urchins. 4. Leisure on the beach is also great. I rent a deck chair for 50-100k a day, and I rent a hard board for 100k a day. If I find two boards, the quality will be fine. Long-term discounts will be provided. 5. Xuan Xuan highly praised this place and said that he could stay here for a long time.
The sea is too clean, and it is very comfortable compared to the domestic seaside