Bali is home to a collection of beautiful beaches. From incredible surfs and calm pristine waters to white sandy beaches, Bali has it all! One of the best ways to enjoy Balinese beaches is by going to a beach club. The island has clubs throughout the southern areas, each suitable for different occasions. Here is a guide to 8 of the best beach clubs in Bali. You can visit the clubs below without booking, but we highly recommend calling ahead to get yourself a prime spot!
And if you want to check out some of the great bars afterwards, check out my list of 10 Unique Bars Not to Miss in Bali. Or check out my 7 Must Try Brunch Spots in Bali.
Potato Head Beach Club
Potato Head Beach Club is part of the iconic Desa Potato Head, located within the vicinity of Potato Head Suites and two incredible restaurants: Ijen and Kaum. The club is known for its open space structure designed by the talented Indonesian architect, Andra Matin.
Potato Head takes pride in serving the best of local ingredients. Their food menu has an excellent selection of some of the finest Indonesian seafood.
Make sure to order one of their house cocktails, specially made with locally distilled spirits. Amongst the favorites is the Karangasem, a mixture of citrus vodka, banana-infused Arak, and the tropical sensation of rambutan. But the location right in Seminyak has helped make this one of the most popular and best beach clubs in Bali.
Located on one of the most popular surfing beaches in Bali, The Lawn is specifically designed to showcase the incredible view of the Indian Ocean. It is the place to go for a pleasant surfing session, chill before the sunset, and simply enjoy the vibe!
The Lawn is known for its excellent menu, covering international cuisines while still presenting local flair in both their food and drinks. If you don’t drink alcohol, The Lawn also offers a wide selection of alcohol free mocktails. Try the Bedugul fresh for a concoction of tropical local fruits and Balinese honey.
Finns Beach Club
Finns Beach Club is one of the highly-rated beach clubs amongst both international and local visitors. Just like most beach clubs in Bali, the concept is quite simple. 4 pools consisting of both family-friendly and adult-only pools, live DJs, and 7 different bars.
Finns have a large menu consisting of a variety of cuisines, including a sushi bar, Mumbai Kitchen for Indian food, and a creamery of their own! For drinks, you can find a selection of classic cocktails and a complete array of wine, beers, and spirits.
Savaya is a luxury beach club soaring on top of the famous limestone cliff of Uluwatu. It is best known for its lounges overlooking the classic Uluwatu sunset, and this view makes it one of the best beach clubs in Bali. While it is quite pricey, Savaya (formerly OMNIA Day Club) is home to major events with celebrities and notable DJs, so make sure to follow their socials for upcoming events.
El Kabron Cliff Club
El Kabron is a Spanish-inspired beach club overlooking the scenic Dreamland Beach. Not as well-known as Balinese icons such as Finns and Savaya, El Kabron is quite a hidden gem and one of the best beach clubs in Bali for sunset hunters and good-vibe seekers.
El Kabron’s menu consists of Spanish cuisine highlighting the fine selection of seafood Bali has to offer. Regardless of the food you order, do not miss their divine selections of Sangria!
Mrs Sippy is a playful beach club located by the crowded beach of Petitenget. Mrs Sippy is relatively small compared with other beach clubs in Bali, and it does not have its beach views like the others. Instead, Mrs Sippy is known for their lively pools and a high-diving board, something only Mrs Sippy has!
The food and drinks in Mrs Sippy are nothing short of perfection. On that note, make sure to try one of their grilled items, which includes fresh Octopus, Tuna, and pork ribs. They also have a great all day breakfast.
Palmilla Beach Club
Palmilla Beach Club is located down south of the Island. It is a classic southern Bali destination placed between stunning cliffs, pristine beaches, and white sandy beaches.
Palmilla Beach Club is designed with the perfect amount of Mediterranean touch, not taking anything away from the classic Balinese beach feels. The menu in Palmilla is pretty standard, with international cuisines and a complete cocktail selection.
That being said, everything is of high standard and quality, just make sure you bring your friends and enjoy the spectacular view!
Karma Beach Bali
Last but not least is the sensational Karma Beach. Located within the Karma Kandara Resort, Karma Beach is an exclusive beach club that can only be accessed by a lift from the resort. Karma Beach is known for its rocky structures and long barriers of beautiful reefs.
Above the beach club, there is a Mediterranean restaurant overlooking the Indian Ocean, a rooftop lounge, and a wine bar. This is an elegant spot to enjoy a selection of food and drinks at one of the most wonderful private beaches on the island!