Seminyak might be one of the first places that comes to mind when we think of a beach holiday in Bali, but you can think to make a case for the more low-key Legian.
Located between Kuta and Seminyak, Legian is indeed the perfect middle ground between the more hectic Kuta and a more pocket-friendly option than Seminyak.
Legian offers a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Many temples are just waiting to be explored, or if you just need a good dose of vitamin sea, there’s Legian Beach where you can tune out and bask in the sunshine, far away from the hustle and bustle.
Legian indulges guests in a host of aquatic experiences, which range from fishing to scuba diving.
While it’s technically on the same stretch as the famous Kuta and Seminyak beaches, the water at Legian Beach is a bit shallower, so it’s perfect for the little ones to play in.
It’s a pretty broad beach, with beach beds, bean bags and umbrellas spread across the area. This makes social distancing a breeze.
Studies have shown that getting enough sun has positive effects on mood and sleep, so it’s great that Legian Beach has no lack of it.
There’re many ways you can take in those rays, from indulging in a round of beach volleyball to discovering exhilarating and newfangled water sports. Legian has a great surf, and it’s a plus to be able to avoid the crowds at Kuta Beach.
Those who really enjoy their alone time can even opt for private surfing or sailing lessons. But, just don’t forget the sunscreen!