November 1, 2020, 09.27 PM

2. Broken Beach

Foreigners know it as Broken Beach, but the locals call it Pasih Uug, which means ... well, a broken beach.

A cliff surrounds a part of the beach forming a circle and although the beach derived its name from being broken, the view you get is anything but that.

Be ready to be captivated by the ocean waves because it is truly magnificent!

3. Crystal Bay Beach

One of the more untouched beaches in Nusa Penida is Crystal Bay Beach on the western part of the island near Sakti Village.

The crystal clear water gave the beach its namesake where it is complemented by white sand, two capes, and a small reef at the center making it a top contender in Nusa Penida’s best beaches.

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You can explore an island with a small reef that sits 50 meters from the shoreline which is this Nusa Penida beach’s attraction.

The reef, called Mejineng Rock, has a layer of natural protection that prevents harsh hits from big waves.


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