Uluwatu Beach is deep below the cliff bank featuring the great and fast waves that make it one of the paradise’s best surfing spots. The waves are great, fast, powerful and strong, forcing each surfer to make the most of his skills in surfing here.
It is the most favorite surfing spots for pro-surfers to execute their surfing style on waves, so many surfers from foreign countries, including local surfers, are visiting this place.
Uluwatu Beach is located in Uluwatu Temple area right in Pecatu Village, the District of South Kuta, Badung Regency and the Province of Bali, Indonesia. It is strategically located just below Bali’s most famous tourist destinations, Uluwatu Temple, where it is located geographically in the mountain hill and adjacent to the Indian Ocean.
The distance to Nusa Dua or from Denpasar Airport is approximately 35 minutes. You will find it close to many of Bali’s most famous surfing areas such as Suluban Beach, Padang–Padang Beach, Bingin Beach, Impossible Beach, and Dreamland Beach.
Uluwatu Beach’s Best Surf Season
Dry season is Uluwatu Beach’s best surfing season. The winds flow from the south-east to the west and create big waves, which are ideal for a surfing adventure, because of its location right on the Bali peninsula or the right side of the Uluwatu temple.