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Why Atuh Beach is special ?
Atuh Beach is tranquilly situated at beautiful bay with natural white sand, while in the left side lies the Juntil Cape and on the right (south) stands the Labuan Ampuak. Then, in the east occur the magnificent Gili Batu Melawang, Gili Batu Pedasan, Gili Batu Abah and Gili Batu Metegen.
At the easternmost tip of Juntil Cape and in the east of Gili Padasan lies a very ideal fishing spot. Meanwhile, in the south of Labuan Ampuak can be found a natural cave becoming the native home to swallows to nest. The land at the Atuh Valley is very fertile and there stand two temples namely the Segara Temple functioned to venerate Lord Varuna whose piodalan or anniversary falls on Sasih Kedasa (tenth month of Balinese calendar). In the inner courtyard of the temple lie two sacred wells containing very clear water.
What to explore at Atuh Beach?
Atuh Beach is a amazing beach with the beautiful scenic like haven on earth. Atuh Beach is located in Nusa Penida, Klungkung regency the beach has one of the most striking views you can ever imagine. Here you will find the shimmering turquoise waters juxtaposed against craggy mountain peaks, and stretches of white sands laid out perfectly in the curved beach.
Atuh Beach is abundant with rock shelters and is overlooked by a cliff. But the stunning coral reefs are what bring Atuh to life, especially during low tide when at their full glory.
Lay back and watch the day go by at one of the most gorgeous beaches in Bali, and make sure to take the prettiest pictures while you are at it.
How to get to Atuh Beach?
Access leading to the beach can be taken through two routes, namely Pelilit hamlet (20 km from Buyuk boat quay) then it is connected to unpaved road along about 2 km. Meanwhile, another can be reached through Kelodan hamlet (17 km from Buyuk) and connected to unpaved road along approximately 5 km.
Pejukutan, Kec. Klungkung, Bali, Indonesia