Head down to Bali's southernmost point and you'll find Uluwatu—a surfer's paradise filled with stunning sunset points, laidback beach bars and some of the softest white sand across the island. Uluwatu is home to long, winding roads and jutting clifftops paving the way into individual, smaller neighborhoods with unique personalities. Most digital nomads who call Uluwatu home are surfers taking advantage of its world-class surf breaks. To feed the ravenous surfers after their sessions, there are many cafes and coffee shops with outdoor spaces, nutritious yet filling dishes, and friendly faces to chat away with.
Just about every workspace has an impressive view. A cafe and bar, Mana is a top contender, overlooking Pecatu beach with a full, nourishing menu that carries you through from early breakfast to late-night cocktails. While many people head to Uluwatu for a romantic weekend break in one of the luxury beachfront hotels, there's a lot to do for all kinds of explorers. Savaya is one of the island's best super clubs, while nearby Jimbaran (home to Colabo Coworking) is best loved for its huge seafood market where you can choose your dish, watch it cook in front of you and eat it on the beach.
Georgie is a triple-accredited journalist (NCTJ, BJTC, PPA) and freelance travel copywriter and content writer from London, UK. She has written for publications including The Guardian, ELLE...
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