Villa Jaya

Villa Jaya, Lovina Beach

 

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What to see and do
In Lovina, the long stretch of beach is safe and a perfect place for swimming and snorkeling, and the sunsets over the Java Sea are among the most spectacular in Indonesia. Black sand beaches with palm trees open onto a calm sea where travellers can snorkel, dive, sail, fish and swim. Colorful Balinese boats take tourists out to see the dolphins, most active at sunrise, and the reef-protected waters provide a calm environment for snorkelling.
Temple
Waterfall Lovina is located 10 km west the ancient town of Singaraja, the island's former Dutch Colonial capital. The town holds a unique library of ancient manuscripts at the Gedung Kerlya Museum.

Bali's only Buddhist monastery, Brahma Vihara Arama, is a few kilometres away and can be combined with a visit to the delightful setting of the Air Panas hot springs at Banjar.
From Lovina:
  • In Lovina you find classes that will teach you all about Balinese food.

  • 15 minutes drive to the Buddhist temple and Hot Springs at Banjar Village.

  • 20 minutes drive to the beautiful temples Pura Beji and Meduwe Karang at Sangsit Village.

  • 20 minutes drive to the famous Gigit waterfall.

  • 45 minutes drive to the 18 hole Bali Handara golf course and Pura Ulun Danu on Lake Beratan

  • 45 minutes drive to the traditional fruit and flower market, and Bali's only Botanical Garden in nearby Bedugul.

  • 60 minutes drive to Bali Barat National Park where Jalak Bali, an indigenous and rare Starling bird species lives.

  • 60 minutes drive to Menjangan Island, a world wild life underwater park.

  • 60 minutes drive to Mount Batur / Kintamani, famous for a scenic view of the huge.

Hot springs
Pura Ulun Danu
Pura Beji
Pura Beji
Boats in Lovina Masks
 

Villa Jaya Jalan Rambutan Lovina Beach Kalibukbuk-Singaraja Bali Indonesia Phone (+62) 0362 7001238