Near Lovina Bali
Lovina is a wonderful destination for a beach holiday during your tour of Bali and a fantastic base to discover the north of Bali. The luxurious villa is a 5-minute drive from Lovina Beach, the most famous town in the north of Bali. Surprisingly, the sand of Lovina Beach is not white but dark and glistening, which is because the sand originates from the volcano. Many travelers choose Lovina because you can still find the true Balinese culture here. You can still see the real Bali here and that makes it a popular place for people who enjoy peace around them. The locals will receive you very hospitable here and culture, nature and tranquility are central.
Lovina is the most famous town in the north of Bali with several shops, restaurants, bars with live music, supermarkets and ATMs. It is a lively place with a cozy beach where several traditional fishing boats are moored.
Brahma Vihara Ashrama is the only Buddhist monastery in Bali. The monastery has beautiful wall paintings and has recently been restored completely. It is beautifully hidden in the hills and you can reach it within 5 minutes from the villa.
Seririt - Markt
Seririt is approximately 10 minutes to the west of the villa. The town offers an authentic marketplace where you can go for fresh regional products. This is one of the many markets where staff purchases fresh products every day.
There are several traditional fishing villages with beautiful colored boats both left and right of the villa. These fisherman still live quite traditionally and live entirely of fishing. The villages are easy to reach from the villa via a short beach walk.
Rice fields - Lovina
There are several beautiful rice fields around the villa. You can reach the rice fields in the area on foot, by scooter or by mountain bike. The most beautiful, draped on hills, are near Ubud and Munduk. These fields are very impressive and photogenic and you can visit them in a day trip.
Singaraja - City
The nearest major city, Singeraja, is 15 kilometers from the villa. It is the former capital of Bali and some warehouses still remind of the time the Dutch ruled here. A famous city building is the Gedong Kirtya library.
Ubud - Culture & Rice Fields
Ubud is considered to be the religious and cultural center of Bali. Many national and international artists have settled here. You can visit galleries, furniture and souvenir shops, but above all you can eat delicious food and enjoy traditional dance, music and rice fields.
Lakes - Buyan and Bratan
Buyan and Bratan are two volcanic lakes located on the road from Singaraja to Denpasar. At Bratan is also the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan temple and the town of Bedugul where a lot of fresh fruit is sold on the market. On the way to these lakes you will pass several monkey colonies that are eagerly waiting for some tasty nuts.
Gunung Batur - Volcano
The Gunung Batur is the highest mountain in Bali. The mountain is sacred and holds an important place in Balinese Hinduism. It is also the most active volcano with a large crater lake and the last eruption was in 1917.