Once just a sleepy fishing village, the village of Jimbaran is now one of the top tourist destinations in Bali. Situated in the south of Bali in Indonesia, this beautiful village is renowned for its top class hotels, wonderful beaches, sunsets and beachside restaurants where the freshest and tastiest seafood is cooked to order. Self catering accommodation in Jimbaran is a great way to experience the culture of Bali whilst staying in one of the island’s best destinations.
Holidaymakers enjoy staying in self catering accommodation in Jimbaran for a combination of reasons, the most popular of which is usually the beach! The excellent weather and usually calm waters make this a great destination for a relaxing beach holiday whether you’re a couple celebrating a special occasion or a family with children.
Although very popular Jimbaran has managed to retain a small village appeal and attracts many visitors to its wonderful seafood restaurants. When you don’t want to use the facilities at your Jimbaran self catering accommodation, enjoy a meal in the village. The tables are literally on the sand and this makes a great spot from which to watch the famous sunsets. The seafood here is excellent and very fresh from one of the two dozen or so restaurants that line the beach. There are many other excellent beaches nearby too; for surfers, Dreamland Beach is a top choice.
Away from the beaches the areas inland include beautiful scenery and are great for exploring by foot or vehicle. Lush mountains allow great views over Bali.
Just along from your self catering accommodation in Jimbaran is the busier resort of Kuta where there’s more restaurants, nightlife, and shops to enjoy. Kuta is Bali’s largest tourist resort and although there are not really any tourist attractions as such here, the major attraction is the beach and the atmosphere.
With its location in the tropics, not far south of the equator, it’s no surprise that self catering accommodation in Jimbaran has warm to hot temperatures throughout the year, and averages that don’t vary much. The average low across the year ranges from 24C to 26C whilst the average high ranges from 28C to 31C. Rainfall is common in the tropics so it may rain whenever you visit, however November to March are by far the wettest months.
The Ngurah Rai International Airport is only a short drive from self catering accommodation in Jimbaran making accessibility easy. Numerous airlines offer flights to Bali’s major airport, most coming via other major cities in Asia. Fly to cities such as Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong then connect through to Bali with airlines including Cathay Pacific, Malaysian Airlines, and Thai Airways International.