For more than a century now, Bali has been a dream for many to visit. This small paradise offers almost everything you can expect with the most diverse expectations.
Despite its contemporary lifestyle, devout Balinese Hindus have preserved the mysticism of the "Island of Gods and Demons”. Countless Hindu temples, innumerable festivals and ceremonies impressive mountain landscapes and rice fields, a vast array of flavours from all over the vast archipelago that is Indonesia, have all combined to make Bali a fabulous and often returned-to destination.
On a relatively small island of only 5,700 square kilometers - smaller than Tasmania - there's an awful lot to do and see. Surfing, diving, hiking, mountaineering, white-water rafting, mountain biking and much more. That's on top of rich and bountiful flavours to cater to every taste and some of the world's most alluring beaches.
For some guests it may be sufficient to stay in the villa and to wander a few minutes through the bustling streest to Legian and Seminyak beaches for sunbathing, surfing, raving in the breakers and having lunch in one of the restaurants along the beach.. For those who like to see more and experience Bali, we will have recommendations on what to see. For example, the temple Ulu Watu with freshly cooked seafood dinners afterwards on the sandy beach at Jimbaran. The sunset near the temple Tannah Lot, the landmark of Bali, is also amazing. Approximately one hour away are the artists and carving hubs of Ubud and Petulu. A little further inland, you will be awestruck by the magnificent beauty of Kintamani village that straddles Mount Batur, an active volcano with a stunning lake.