Broken Beach Nusa Penida is one of many awesome locations on the island and it is not to be missed! The natural bridge stretches over turquoise waters that flows in and out of the arch way, hence the name Broken Beach.
If you are not yet familiar with the Nusa Islands, I cannot recommend them enough. There are a total of 3 Nusa Islands located a short 30 minute boat ride from Sanur, Bali. Nusa Penida is the larger island of the 3 and it has some of the most epic locations I have ever seen, including Broken Beach.
WHERE TO FIND BROKEN BEACH NUSA PENIDA
Broken Beach is located on the far most western tip of Nusa Penida’s rocky coastline. From the main harbour of Toya Pakeh it is a 1 hour drive. Also at this location you can find Angel’s BIllabong, a natural infinity pool on the edge of the cliffs. You can read the blog post of Angel’s Billabong HERE.
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WHAT TO EXPECT AT BROKEN BEACH
Although you can’t go swimming at Broken beach Nusa Penida it is such an unreal setting in itself. The ocean water flows in to a bowl that is surrounded by towering cliffs. You can take a panoramic walk all the way around Broken Beach to several different viewpoints offering incredible views of this hole in the cliff.
Perched on the cliff side you can find small warungs for a morning coffee or a refreshing coconut!
BEST TIME TO VISIT BROKEN BEACH NUSA PENIDA
Broken Beach is becoming a very popular spot for tourists and locals, so if you want to have this awesome location to yourself I recommend visiting early morning for sunrise which is between 6:30 and 7am.
Wet season on the Nusa Islands starts in December and ends in February each year. Exploring these islands outside of these months is better recommended.
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