Jimbaran Bay Beach was just a small fishing village, but developers moved in the 1980s to take advantage of its glorious beaches. It is still a fishing village, however, and it is always pleasing to see when villagers have benefited directly from tourism.
Jimbaran Village, is the home to some of the famous international hotel names standing on the hillside, straddling a bay and luxury villas overlooking the bay. Jimbaran Beach has a beach area with white sands that is small and isolated.
Choose from simple local food, from the freshest fish from the local café or beachfront restaurant, and this beach is also a popular sunset spot. Jimbaran is on the way from Denpasar to Nusa Dua, just south of the airport.
Jimbaran village is Bali Island’s narrow neck and has two beaches that are remarkably different. Jimbaran Beach faces the Jimbaran Bay on the west, recently bordered by new luxury resorts. To the east, the beach is facing the water body protected by the harbor of Benoa.
Jimbaran is a sleepy cove where the scene is colored by fleets of fishing boats, particularly when the local fisherman returns from their daily fishing. Jimbaran Bay Formerly relatively quiet, with the opening of the Four Season’s Resort and the Inter-Continental, its image improved dramatically.
It has become even more busy with grilled seafood café with delicious taste and romantic night atmosphere for the last couple of years.