Renting a holiday villa in Bali is the best way to discover this small and totally unique island paradise. Located between Java and Lombok islands, Bali is arguably the most well known and visited tourist destination in all of Indonesia. From our Bali properties, scenic and authentic places are easily accessible with a private chauffeur.
The more intrepid can also take a scooter and wander off down the enchanting roads. There are many villa rentals available in Bali with direct access to the beach or the Andaman Sea. There are also some charming private houses available around Ubud, directly overlooking the famous rice terraces whose colours are so vivid it's as if they’d been airbrushed with a computer. These Balinese style houses are very seductive, with their peaceful ambience and the fascinating culture that surrounds them. The Balinese people have a well earned reputation for their hospitality, and you’ll find the staff at our villas to be extremely welcoming and kind. You will quickly let go of your daily stress and adopt their Zen and way of life.
Bali is a destination which appeals to almost everyone. Its beaches and climate make it a great place to just kick back and let time drift away. For those keen on sports and physical activities, there is scuba diving, surfing, trekking, mountain biking and even golf. Those looking for a party or a good night out will definitely be able to find something happening in Kuta and Seminiak. And the more curious travellers can discover Balinese culture while exploring Ubud, or taking trips to Hindu temples such as Tanah Lot.
Main places in Bali:
- Kuta, popular with surfers, groups of friends and “party goers”.
- Jimbaran, an idyllic beach lined with more than a hundred seafood restaurants with outdoor barbecues.
- Legian, just north of Kuta, quieter and more upmarket.
- Sanur, quiet and family friendly.
- On the northern coast, Lovina Beach is the main seaside resort.
- The North-West and the North-East (Amed) have the best sites for diving and snorkelling. The trip from north to south takes about three hours by car or motorbike.
- Ubud is the main inland tourist centre.
Most travel to and from Bali is by air. Denpasar international airport is the third largest airport in Indonesia, in terms of air traffic. It takes approximately 6 hours to reach Denpasar from Australia. Jetstar, Garuda, Virgin Australia, Delta and Alaska Airlines have direct flights to Bali. The flight from Europe to Bali is about fifteen hours. Bali is well serviced, by airlines from the Middle-East (Ethiad, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airlines) and Europe (Lufthansa, KLM, Air France). A stopover in Singapore or Bangkok is often included.