Berawa Beach Overview

Explore Berawa Beach, located on the Canggu coastline, it is one of Bali’s least explored beaches. While the turbulent waters of the Berawa coast make it largely unfit for swimming, the swells are just the perfect fit for surfing sports. You can also discover several luxury clubs, restaurants, and unique party spots on the Berawa beachfront, on your exceptional Bali experience.

Located a half an hour’s drive away from the more populous Canggu, Berawa stands out as one of the quietest of public beaches to visit on your Bali trip from India. Not many perhaps have heard of what the beach has to offer, making it far less crowded than its sisters. The white sands of the beach clash jarringly against the bright azure waters lapping against it, making it appear as a scene right out of a movie. 

The sands at Berawa Beach are lined up with chaise lounges and rest areas, for those that just want to spend a day under the sun. There are plenty of beach huts as well, for those seeking relief from the hot Balinese sun. The currents off the Berawa shore are, however, too strong to make it fit for swimming. 

Surfers, though, flock to the Berawa beach for the same reason- the steady, strong currents at the beach makes it suitable for surfing sports. The challenging reef breaks at Berawa attract surfers from all over Bali. These waves, however, must be navigated with expertise, and can only be surfed by those with prior experience in the sport.

The beachfront is lined with several upscale restaurants, clubs and cafes, serving a whole range of food and beverages. Berawa is also home to the famous Finns Beach Club of Canggu, which functions doubly as a water park and a recreation center.

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• Spend a day lounging on the sands of Berawa Beach, or take repose in the cool shelter of the beach huts here
• Take your surfboard out for an adventurous ride on the the magnificent swells of the beachwaters at Berawa
• Enjoy a stunning sunset at the Berawa Beach, an experience especially magical if you’re visiting with a loved one
• Visit any of the clubs and restaurants settled by the beachfront, and watch the scene come alive as the sun sets
• Pay a visit to the Finns Beach Club, the largest recreation center of Canggu, settled on the Berawa Beach

How To Reach

The Canggu region is not connected to the rest of Bali via public transport routes, so the only way to travel here would be by hiring a bike or a car. To reach Berawa, one must travel through Jalan Raya Kerobokan and take a left onto Raya Canggu.

The roads diverge from Raya Canggu, and one must take a left from Raya Pantai Berawa to reach the eponymous beach.

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Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Berawa Beach would be during early mornings before 02.00 PM. The beach tends to get crowded towards the evening hours, so it is best to visit the beach before the peak hour begins

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Best clubs at Berawa Beach:

  • Café del Mar: Café del Mar Bali is a stunning 10,000 square meter, two-story beachfront pool club set on the sands of Canggu's Berawa Beach. It has an enormous infinity pool with ocean views, as well as deluxe chalets that resemble beachfront villas, a deluxe coastal-Mediterranean restaurant, several swim-up bars and an outdoor stage for live music events.


  • Finns Beach Club: Sun worshipers, partygoers, and luxury lovers have long flocked to this facility on Berawa beach, which is known for its front-row beachside setting, gourmet meals and beverages, and star-studded events. It's one of the largest and most beautiful beach clubs in the area.
  • Finns VIP Beach Club: Finns VIP Beach Club, located immediately next door to the main beach club, is a five-star experience with celebrity-style services. Finn's VIP Beach Club is in a league of its own, with a dedicated Champagne Bar, an international spa, gourmet picnic area, and even a whole private Penthouse to raise the bar even further.

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Ride the high waves of Berawa Beach:

Ride the high waves of Berawa Beach:

A surfer’s paradise, Berawa Beach is popular for its great swells. While traditional surfers are always welcome, offbeat sports such as kitesurfing is often encouraged as well. If you don’t have a surfboard of your own, you can always lease one from the nearest rental at the beach.

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Catch a stunning sunset from the beach:

Catch a stunning sunset from the beach:

The sunsets at Berawa Beach are infamous, and all the more so because most of its tropical beauty remains untouched by the crowds that populate most of Bali’s other famous beaches. While strolling along the sand at dusk could be an excellent way to spend one’s evening here, one can also avail the luxury of the beach clubs with their open bars to witness the magical hour from.

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Party at the beach clubs:

Party at the beach clubs:

As the sun sets, the clubs that line Berawa Beach come to life. A mix of good drinks, live music and fantastic food forms the whole package here. Most of these clubs remain open until late hours, making it a perfect spot for those seeking to party through the night.

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Berawa Beach FAQs

Does Berawa Beach have a car park of its own?

Yes, Berawa Beach does have a car park of its own. If you’re visiting any of the clubs or hotels on the beachside, you can also avail free parking at the beach. 

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Is Berawa Beach suitable for surfing?

Yes, Berawa Beach offers the perfect wind and sea conditions required for the sport. However, the swell being quite high here, surfing at Berawa is best done by intermediate and advanced surfers.

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What are the best hotels to stay near Berawa beach?

  1. The Haven Bali Berawa: Located just by the Berawa Beach, The Haven Bali is one of the most luxurious accommodation options in the vicinity. The resort offers 60 suites to choose from, each commanding excellent views of the ocean and the beach below. The resort also features an infinity swimming pool, a beach club, and a spa.
  2. Villa Berawa: A treat to those looking for an intimate, luxurious experience, Villa Berawa strikes the perfect balance between opulence and comfort. The two and three bedroom villas come fitted with all modern amenities, and even feature private pools and in-house dining services.
  3. Citadines Berawa Beach Bali: An ‘aparthotel’ by definition, Citadines Berawa offers spacious, apartment styled rooms for stay. All studio rooms here are fitted with private living rooms, and some even feature balconies with sea or garden views. The hotel also features an outdoor pool, a fitness studio and a bar. 

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