This 3350sqm plot of FREEHOLD beachfront land in the traditional fishing village and holiday destination of Bunutan, Amed, East Bali, is accessed via a public asphalt road and would be ideal for a holiday rental villa or a small hotel/dive resort/spa/restaurant. The land plot is just 100m from Lipah Bay’s small Japanese shipwreck, which lies at a depth of 6 to 12 metres, surrounded by a gorgeous coral garden. A short, easy swim or snorkel from the shore, the wreck is marked by a buoy.
Located 100km (2 hours drive) from Bali’s international airport, Amed is the collective name given to a string of fishing villages stretching along 10km of dramatic coastline along a rollercoaster road, which winds around steep headlands, sheltered coves and scalloped beaches. The beaches are characterised by dark volcanic sand, pebbles and rocks, and strewn with traditional ‘jukung’ fishing boats. Resting in the shadow of the mighty volcano, Gunung Agung, this laid-back area boasts some of the best coral reefs and dive sites on the island, all of which are habitat to numerous underwater species.
Amed is also a popular destination for practicing yoga and meditation, and is the start-point for trekking up the slopes of Gunung Seraya to some of the rarely-visited villages. There are plenty of restaurants, dive resorts and small hotels here, and the area is safe for swimming. Salt production is carried out on the beach at Amed, and local fishermen take visitors out in their traditional boats.
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