Located in the North of Bali, Lovina is a quiet fishing village popular with visitors spending a few days in the area mostly for scuba diving and dolphin watching.

Not the easiest place to get to it is advised that you hire a driver to take you there rather than trying to get there yourself.


Beach – A small black sand beach that is excellent for swimming and snorkelling.

Accommodation – There are a limited number of options locally and don’t expect luxury resorts. the choice is quite good if you look hard enough.

Nightlife – Only a few bars, a few with live bands, mean that your evening experience will be more relaxed than at some resorts on the south of Bali.

Food – There are a number of restaurants available in the area offering a mix of local and western food. The seafood is often excellent here.

Things To Do

An excellent base for scuba diving and snorkelling with many dive sites ion the local area.

Many people will jump onto a local boat to go and watch the dolphins.

Git Git waterfall is well worth the visit as is Air Banjar hot spring which are both a short drive from the area.

Where To Stay

4**** Puri Bagus Lovina has a range of villas and suites, a spa, yoga sessions and ocean views

3***1000 Dream Bungalow – Lovina is set in lush gardens and has just 8 bungalows all owned by a local Balinese family.

The Damai  is a boutique resort in the green hills above Lovina with 14 villas in a lush tropical park welcome you with stunning views over the North Bali coast and the distant volcanoes of Java. The resort has an award-winning restaurant serving local and international cuisine

Kelapa Lovina Beach Villa is a small boutique hotel with just 5 separate air conditioned villas

Guest Houses / OtherLovina Beach Houses offer 5 unique houses and villas

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