The island of Bali is famous for the beauty of its coastal beaches, dominated by white sand in southern Bali. However, in the northern part of Bali Island, there is a beach with black sand because of its volcano sand, famous for tourists from all over Indonesia and foreign countries, called Lovina Beach in Buleleng District.
According to the locals, the name ‘Lovina”, came from two words: “love” and “Ina”, which means “Love Indonesia”. Another interpretation behind the name “Lovina” is “love” and “mother”, defined as love of the motherland or love of the homeland. Feel the sand between your toes and the salt in your hair, but be careful when you go in the water as there is a reef nearby along with some shells and rocks!
Lovina Beach is a great alternative to the crowded beaches of Bali such as Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. To be around calmer waves, serene black-sand shores, thrills and the nightlife scene, these are just a some of the few things that will you could do here. Lovina beach has a panoramic view of the sea, where you could enjoy dolphin watching, best seen in the early morning before the sunrise. Sail out in boats to spot hundreds of them at sea. For a better chance to see them, it is recommended that you come between April and October. The Lovina Beach has so much to offer, where you can even do water sports activities.
Lovina Beach is an exceptional tourist attraction where everyone can enjoy the creations and the gift of God: the natural beauty. This is a unique place and a perfect spot for the ones who love to be somewhere peaceful and escape from the crowd the busy city life brings, and to enjoy nature. Have a truly amazing experience and splash through the waves and fuel yourself with memories, which you will surely keep reminiscing and thinking back once you’re back at work! Come by Lovina Beach when you are in the area, both the sunrise and the sunsets here are definitely worth seeing and not to be missed. Surprise yourself with this beautiful location.
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Anturan, Buleleng Sub-District, Buleleng Regency, Bali, Indonesia