Where black sand meets blue water…
This 2598m2 plot of Freehold land is only a few meters back from the quiet and calm Pabean Beach, on Bali’s South-East coast, where visitors enjoy tranquility and soothing sounds of waves gently crashing against the shore. The more adventurous ride the waves of Ketewel surf break only a few minutes walk away. Spectacular views of the Indian Ocean and the monumental silhouettes of Mount Agung and Nusa Penida Island complete the heavenly experience.
The unique sparkling black sands are formed from eroded volcanic lava, and basalt rocks and other dark-colored rocks and minerals originating from Bali’s most sacred volcano, the majestic Mount Agung. It is believed that black sand possesses healing powers, helping to treat arthritis, sciatica and other joint inflammation illnesses.
Pabean Beach is part of Gianyar, the same regency that Ubud, the cultural and spiritual heart of Bali, belongs to.