Relax into the Beach Life
There are five sandy and shingly bays to choose from in Bali. Karavostasi Beach is a great place to hire a sun bed and spend a day under a blue and white umbrella. The beachside tavern staff will bring your drink over so you don’t have to lift a finger! All the beaches have calm waters, making them firm family favourites.
Eat Under The Stars
Bali’s popularity as a family resort means if you want to party all night, you’re better off elsewhere. But if you want to relax over a nice glass of wine and some traditional Greek food, Bali’s excellent choice of tavernas will whet your appetite! And don’t miss Gaia, a speciality shop that sells olive oil and other treats.
Dive Under the Sea
Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced underwater explorer, a diving trip with Bali’s Hippocampos Dive Center is a great way to spend a day of your holiday. This isn’t the tropics, so don’t expect a coral reef, but you’ll see plenty of fish and if you’re lucky you might uncover some pretty seahorses.
Get Close to Nature
If you can drag yourself away from the beach, there’s plenty to explore inland. If you’re feeling energetic you can climb Mount Kouloukonas, in whose shadow Bali sits. Otherwise, nearby villages like Zoniana offer caves, ancient ruins and old churches. Attali Monastery is also well worth a visit, even if just for the views!