Geger Beach – Nusa Dua

The Stunning Geger Beach

Geger Beach, a public beach in the stunning Nusa Dua, with white sand and blue water which is safe for swimming. You will find many deck chairs, local warungs and massage ladies.

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Geger is an easily accessible beach (no stairs!) to enjoy the day at the beach. It’s a family friendly place to visit. It also has some of the warmest water temperature of all Bali beaches!

Head westwards our of the Nusa Dua area past the St Regis resort, take the first left turning towards the beach and proceed to the Pantai Geger car park. The beach is approximately a 40 minute driver from the Seminyak/Kuta area.

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