Mertasari Beach

White Sand and Calm Waters at Mertasari Beach

Mertasari Beach is located in the center of Sanur and easily accessible. Featuring white sand and calm waters this is a favourite beach to enjoy the water with young children.

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This area features many close by restaurants, bars, shops and the Sindhu Beach Market is just a stroll away. Along the beach stretch there are also many watersport activities available including: banana boat ride, stand up paddle boarding, kayak hire, flying fish ride, glass bottom boats and more.

This stretch of beach (and neighbouring beaches) is great to explore via bicycles along the pathway that runs along the beach. There are many bicycle rental places along the beach to access.

Sanur is approximately a 30 minute drive by car from the Kuta/Seminyak area. Book your private GRAB driver from the GRAB app to take you there.

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