The place which is also called "Hidden beach" and "Virgin beach" is not neither hidden nor virgin (maybe it was 30 yeras ago!). In fact it is very much touristic - you can get here without any problem as it is well marked with big signs. Moreover, you must pay to enter it, and even TWICE! (once entering the area, secondly entering the beach itself, 2 x RP 10 000 per person, September 2017). I am sure it is possible to avoid both paying by getting there some side routes, but as we were with a baby and were short of time we did not try. However, when got to we found out that there were not so many tourists there. You can choose in many local warungs offering sunbeds with sun umbrellas if you decide to eat in them. The prices are quite acceptable eg. fresh fuit juice is 10 - 20 k depending on warung and fruit. Also food is not expensive if you take into account that you eat on the beach. The waves tend to be quite strong which changes a constant amount of time (every 20-30 minutues a few of stronger waves come).
The route to the beach from the main road is also very pleasant, as it find itself in very local environment (cows, local cemetry, a temple).
To sum up, I recommend this place (at least as for September) as there not many sand beaches in the area (not at all?), and I am a person who does not like crowds.
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