Lovina Beach is a long narrow stretch of black volcano sand on the north shore of the island. Practically empty most of the year, Lovina, like most of Bali, fills up with tourists from all over the world in August.
Located on the west of Singaraja is a string of secluded black sand beaches offer a peaceful alternative to the bustling hotel resorts of the south. A long coral reef runs parallel to the shore, and the clear waters, as calm as lagoon, offer excellent snorkeling, sailing, wind-surfing and dolphin sighting tour. They offer various place of accommodation and day activities in North Bali from budget to splurge accommodations.