4-bedroom Villas in Selong Belanak, Lombok, Indonesia

Hidden from the crowds, at the southern end of Lombok, lies Selong Belanak Beach - the best surfing spot on the island for beginners. The white secluded beach has powdery sand which turns almost light grey with fainting sun rays. The beach extends into semi-rural villages with lush green paddy fields rising up into the Jabon Hills.
Tropical forests carpet the hills as they tower over the semi-circular bay, with breathtaking views of turquoise water that seems to change colour as the day goes by. A holiday in Selong Belanak is quiet and peaceful, a chance to slow down and witness local villagers go about their daily life. Located on the south-west coast, it offers spectacular sunsets viewed from various points, both on the beach and on top of the hills.
Things to do in Selong Belanak vary according to the amount of exertion you prefer. The surf is great for beginner surfers and a handful of surfing rental shops and schools can be found at the beach. For a more relaxed day, enjoy a picture-perfect picnic under a white canopied tent on a secluded beach or amongst the dense foliage. Fishing tours are also a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture. The bay transforms into a sheet of twinkling lights at night, because of all the lobster fishing boats parked in the water.
The sleepy town of Kuta is located 17 kilometres away, and offers an assortment of eclectic restaurants ranging from a greenhouse-style vegetarian cafe to a typical Aussie bistro and an Italian trattoria. It also has souvenir shops where you can pick up something to take back home. Selong Belanak is at a distance of 21 kilometres from the international airport.

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Selong Selo - 6B Villa Jakabee (4BR)

Selong Selo - 6B Villa Jakabee (4BR)

Indonesia » Lombok » South Lombok » Selong Belanak

The short drive from the airport was a precursor to our relaxing vacation. As the car drove along tree-lined hill roads, we could literally feel ourselves leaving our worries behind and giving in to the embrace of nature.

The gated estate is secure and has a lovely restaurant, Aura, where we enjoyed many meals. The common swimming pool also has a lovely deck to view sunsets from, while sipping on a refreshing cocktail.

The villa itself was overwhelmingly beautiful, with jaw-dropping views from every corner. We were a big group and yet, there was plenty of space for everyone. The large rooms all had sliding glass doors with incredible sea views, and ensuite bathrooms that deserve to be featured in world-famous magazines.

We would spend most of the day lounging about the infinity pool, and with views like those, who wouldn’t? The elders in our group preferred the comfort of sun loungers instead, often indulging in a spa treatment while relaxing under the sun-shade. Children would frolic about, running along the deck and then jumping into the pool when it got too hot.

A mobile device is provided in each villa and it is an easy way to communicate with the butler or even the General Manager. We could order in-villa dining through the phone, or even find out about the shuttle timings to the beach. The beach itself is amazing - deserted and clean, with great surf breaks for beginners and a photogenic backdrop during sunset.

We did head to Kuta for a delicious meal and a change of scene. However, our villa, and Selong Selo Estate were so incredible that we spent most of our time there and did not feel the need to venture out.

We’re back home now, but still dreaming of those magical views. They were incredible.
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