one of longest beach in Bali, there are restaurant and resorts and other services. it has also cliff view where people go on paragliding and other photographic spots within the area.
They flattened the side of the mountain and repaired roads so that tourists can go to this very beautiful beach, but the overpriced "beach shop" has opened. The local monkeys look boring, but someone (the government) is building a lot of new apartments. You have to pay to reach the beach via the toll road. The beach itself is quite beautiful. The beach is pretty good. There is a walkway along the beach. There are many small vendors selling things that attract most tourists. You can surf here, rent a small boat, go canoeing or experience paragliding. We enjoyed the trip to Pandawa Beach, where there are white sands and blue oceans, and there are very beautiful and spectacular views. We also rented a canoe to explore further away from the coastline with the children local.
Pandawa, a newly developed beach, has not been over-exploited. The endless ocean is the most popular beach for locals. You can hardly see foreigners. If you don’t take it with locals, you will definitely not be able to find it here. Boats are a characteristic water project on this beach. You can experience those Olympic single sculls and double single paddles here.
Pandawa Beach, which is often visited by locals, has a whole row of small shops and local vendors nearby. There are many seafood snacks and fried foods. You can also play on the beach and some water activities directly at a moderate price.
The sand here is relatively fine. I personally feel that it is much cleaner than Kuta and Jimbaran without doing too much water sports.