The accommodations surrounding the Jimbaran Bay beaches include mid range to 5 star suites and traditional villas. All the hotels include luxuries such as air conditioning, restaurants, bars, and room service. However, the more you are willing to pay, the more options you have available to you. For example, Jimbaran Bay offers some secluded hillside rentals that offer a better view and a more private experience. In addition, hotels, here, will also offer shuttle services to the beach as well as Kuta.
Jimbaran Bay offers accommodations to suite travelers of all budgets, with the most expensive rentals offering private swimming pools and personal beaches. However, even if you cannot afford a five star suite, rest assured that almost all hotels are situated within tropical gardens and are just minutes from the beach. All hotels have exceptional views and provide the excellent customer support Bali is known for.
Jimbaran Bay is located in southern Bali is and just minutes from the International Airport. Jimbaran remains a popular vacation destination because it is not as commercialized as the rest of Bali. Most of the beaches in Bali were once fishing villages that were converted feature commercial attractions. However, Jimbaran still holds onto its fishing history and has no plans for commercialization. Its main source of income is tourism.
Because of its rich fishing history, it is not uncommon to see fishermen on the beach. The town itself gives a sense of old world charm. Unlike other areas of Bali which feature beach covered cafes, bars, shops, and restaurants, Jimbaran is home to few food stalls and vendors that are mainly run by the fishermen. Therefore, if you are looking to stay away from the crowds of tourists and enjoy a relaxing day at the beach, Jimbaran is a wonderful option.
Jimbaran features pristine white sand beaches and is known for its flat water (no waves). This is the ideal vacation destination for anyone interested in the rich fishing history of Bali, as the area is still run by many third and fourth generation fishermen.