One of our favorite beaches on Nusa Lembongan, was the Coconut Beach. And it was just a few minutes walk from our villa.

There are many beaches on Nusa Dua. We only visited a few, one of which was Coconut Beach.

Coconut Beach is small, and of three beaches within short walking distance from Tenang Villas where we stayed for three nights visiting Nusa Lembongan.

Coconut Beach Nusa Lembongan

Even though Coconut Beach is very small, it still has its own shop and a small restaurant. We did however not try the restaurant.

You can also go for a ride with their banana boat, when available. We did not see it on our first day here, but Hedvig and Gustav had a go at it on our last day.

We also rented a small canoe, to “explore” the area around the beach.


We rented a small canoe and found one of the “secret” beaches – just around the corner of Coconut Beach. And lucky for us that it was low tide, as this beach is not accessible during high.

Coconut Beach Nusa Lembongan

There was a little bit of a Robinson Crusoe moment when we stepped off the canoe, and on to the “secret” beach.


Coconut Beach is not the “perfect” beach. And it’s far from being the most beautiful beach at Lembongan. But with its close proximity to our villa and The Deck, where we mostly had our meals. It’s definitely worth visiting.



The sunset from Coconut Beach is also very nice, although you will find other places where it’s even nicer.

Coconut Beach Nusa Lembongan

Locals working on their boat whilst the sun is setting for the day.

Coconut Beach Nusa Lembongan

Beautiful sunset over Coconut Beach. If you stay at Tenang Villas, or anywhere near, you should definitely visit Coconut Beach.

If you are going to Nusa Lembongan, don’t just settle for Coconut Beach. Make sure you at least visit Mushroom Bay and Dream Beach. Have at least one meal at The Deck and make time to walk across the Yellow Bridge.

Read more about what to do, and where to go during your stay at Nusa Lembongan at Sunset Travellers.