Keramas Beach is one of Gianyar regency’s best surfing spots with lovely black sandy beach. The big and fast wave that offers more challenges to each surfer to conquer and enjoy the surfing adventures favors this beach. Keramas Beach is one of Bali Island’s famous surf spots that many surfers from both foreign countries and local people have visited.
The black sand stretches 10 miles from Klungkung Regency to the west until Padang Galak Beach is a beach-owned value and is blessed with the late afternoon beautiful and romantic sunset view.
The waves are big, fast, and roll is one of the fascinating waves for surfers to enjoy surfing adventures, and surfers have to take the right-to-left surfing direction that is well known as the right-hander.
Keramas Beach is situated in the village of Keramas, the district of Sukawati, Gianyar Regency and the province of Bali, Indonesia.
The beach name is inspired by the name of the location on the beach where the beach in Keramas Village is located. This beach is located near other surfing places like Lembeng Beach, Padang Galak Beach, Matahari Terbit Beach, Sanur Beach, Segara Beach, Sindhu Beach and Merta Sari Beach.
Close to Denpasar City, this beach is just 10 minutes from capital city of Bali Province or 30 minutes from Denpasar Airport.
Keramas Beach’s best surfing season
During the rainy season, the best time to surf at Keramas Beach is because the wind flows from west to east, creating the big wave suitable for surfing. The beach of Keramas is geographically on the left side of the peninsula of Bali, where the wave gets big as the wind flows from the southwest.