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Destination guide

When Bali beckons…

Chances are that when you think of Bali, you think of resort life. It’s the quintessential getaway, in a beautiful location that defines Grecian charm. It’s a hub for beach-centric fun, providing you with the opportunity to do everything from sailing to water-skiing. Lest you think you need to be a water fanatic to enjoy your Bali vacation rental, think again—there’s lots going on here, starting with a lively port area that features plenty of dining options and charming shops. Get ready: Bali is waiting.

Things to do

Awe-inspiring historic sites

Perhaps the most awe-inspiring attraction in all of Bali is the beautifully kept Agios Ioannis Prodromos Monastery, a handsome stone structure whose origins date back to the 17th century. Many of its features are preserved for posterity. Being a charming coastal village whose main draw is the water, you won’t find many modern concrete buildings here—but don’t let that prevent you from exploring on your own. It’s worth the trip to Souda Bay Cemetery, under 2 hours away by bus and home to the Greek soldiers who served during World War II.

Activities

Give me strength, Bali

You’ll be forgiven if you’re momentarily breathless after arriving in Bali. But you’ll want to breathe again, because your activity list requires, well…a little energy. After you’ve spent some time burning calories at the beach and in the water, it’s time to indulge once again on Old Port Bali. Here’s where you can find a perch at a cozy tavern, sip your libation of choice, and watch for birds as they soar above. It’s all a bit dreamy, but don’t get too distracted—you’ll need the strength after dining to visit the charming shops that provide you with whatever you may need on your getaway.

Weather

Summering in Bali is a genius idea

If you’re booking a Bali vacation rental, keep spring and summer in mind. The weather is astonishingly beautiful, with comfortable daytime temperatures and light breeze in the evening. It’s rarely overcast, and rainfall is but distant memory until fall. If you have dreams of swimming and surfing, bear in mind that the water is still pretty cold in the spring. It’s best to wait until at least early June to really take advantage. Otherwise, expect nothing but the best of everything: sunshine, clear skies, and, chances are, plenty of smiles.

Natural features

Deep turquoise waters? Check. Sandy beaches? Also check.

Bali’s beach game is strong, which means you’re practically required to visit at least one. If you want to start small, try Karavostasis Beach, a secluded and picturesque beach whose deep turquoise waters and craggy shores seem like they've been pilfered from a postcard. Charming Limani Beach puts you in more of a social setting, but it’s still just as inviting—you’ll likely be drawn to the colorful flowers that line the perimeter. Likely the first beach you’ll encounter when you leave your Bali vacation rental, though, is Livali—it’s the area’s largest, and is typically packed with people. Use this as an opp to sunbathe and watch the sun set!

How to get there

Transportation to and around Bali

Fly into Heraklion (HER-Nikos Kazantzakis), the closest airport, located 22.7 mi (36.5 km) from the city center.