Sabela Beach is a new destination that positioned at southeastward of Nusa Penida Island. It is close enough to the legendary Beach of Atuh. Sabela Beach is located in Karang sub-village, Pejukutan village, Nusa Penida. It is about 45 minutes drive from the district center. Initially, the beach only used for fishing points by the locals since there is no access yet. Visitors can directly visit this place by using a motorcycle. The atmosphere of Sabela Beach is so quiet and fresh. Despite its beauty, the area remains undeveloped without hotels or resort around. Sabela Beach presents equally memorable experiences awaiting you about pristine unspoiled beach, away from the hustle. Take walk along this virgin beach is so amazing with white sand and flanked by two exotic capes, Pah Gede and Juntil Cape.
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Let your foot touch the natural wonder with all its splendor. It is an ideal place for relaxing, camping sites, and soaking. But be aware of the strong current. Besides the blue sea-water, waves, and sunset, you can also see the majestic of Mount Rinjani from a distance. According to the local story, Sabela derives from words ‘Se ‘means one. Meanwhile ‘Bila’ refers to a place or source of water. It is true that there is still natural well which can be used as the source of water from a few years ago and never dried off even in the dry season.
From this beach, you can also reach Atuh Beach in 15 minutes by trekking passing Juntil Cape. However, if you use the main route you should turn back to Karang Village center and take the right way. Do not miss to visit Sabela Beach in Nusa Penida Island directly opposite Lombok Island.