Geger Beach Nusa Dua
A Luxury Secluded Beach in Nusa Dua
Geger Beach is a kilometer-long length of golden sand shared by the Bali National Golf Club, St Regis Bali, and The Mulia Bali Resort in southern Nusa Dua. The majority of Geger Beach is available to the public, and it features stunning seascapes, calm waters, and patches of seaweed farms, as well as the clifftop temple of the same name.
The beach is quiet but accessible, with waves that are suitable for swimming, and it has long been a popular spot for expert surfers to paddle out. You may walk down most of the beach's length, and as a guest of one of the beach's premium hotels, you'll have plenty of privacy before Geger's beachfront footpath.
You can access to a tiny single beach behind the rocky outcrop under the temple during low tide. You can also reach this'secret beach' by a little dirt route near to Geger Temple that is partially hidden by tall bushes. At the beach's midpoint, you'll discover local restaurants serving an excellent mix of native and international cuisine, such as nasi goreng fried rice and burgers.
Underneath the cliff base, a little brook runs. A long-standing restaurant selling fish grills is just a few stairs up. If you didn't bring your own surfboard, there are kiosks here that rent them out. The piodalan anniversary celebrations at Geger Temple take place on the 6th full moon of the Balinese pawukon calendar.