What to expect at Nunggalan beach Uluwatu
Once you have parked your vehicle at the parking spot and face Villa Plenilunio, you have to turn right and follow the dirt, rocky path down the cliff. You will pass a few warungs selling coconuts, beers and snacks. The path is well signed so you can’t get lost. If you need more stabilisation you can grab a wooden stick somewhere to keep you balanced while making your way down.
Halfway you will come to an intersection where it is clearly marked that to the right is Nunggalan Beach and to the left is to the surf break. If you think hiking up and down is hard, think about the surfers that walk here with their surfboards! Talking about a work out…
When you’ve made it almost down to the beach you will first pass a big cave. This is absolutely worth a stop. If you get closer to the cave you can eventually smell sulphur. Crazy to think how this cave has been originated many years ago by volcanic activity!