Located on the western shore of the Bukit Peninsula on Bali’s southern coast, Uluwatu is famed for its spectacular rock formations, world-famous surf break, and dramatic cliffside temple. Heralded ‘the most famous wave in Bali’. Uluwatu is a surfer’s paradise – however there is plenty of other things to see and do in Uluwatu for the non-surfer.
Uluwatu boasts one of the oldest and most impressive temples in Bali, Pura Uluwatu – built by Javanese priest Empu Kuturan in the 11th century. Dedicated to the spirits of the sea, the temple is an architectural wonder, carved in black coral rock and perched high on the cliff side, 70 metres above the Indian Ocean.