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When walking through the Lovina beach village, you could say that it is now what Kuta,Legian and Seminyak looked like in the past. Lovina is not actually a village, but a collective name of 6 villages: Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Anturan, Kalibukbuk, Kaliasem and Temukus. These villages are not so densely populated and built as in the Kuta area. Here the rice paddies between thestring of beach-resorts and hotels still dominate giving it a country-like character...
Mountains and rice fields dominate one side of Lovina... Not only does the calm sea attract many travelers who want to spend their holiday at the beach, snorkeling or scuba diving but every day the beautiful waters also attract dolphins that playfully hunt for breakfast.
Lovina beach at sunset The large city of Singaraja, meaning 'Lion King' was the capital of Bali during the colonial time and until today you can still find historical remainders around the city.In the 1950’s tourism startedat the northern coastal region. It is said that Anak Agung Panji Tisna,the king of Northern Bali had given the small strip of beaches itscurrent name which is taken from the word ‘love’.In the mid 70’s the area had become one of the first tourist beach destinations but was destroyed by an earthquake.
Watching dolphins is what most travelers come for... Compared to Kuta beach, Lovina beach doesn't get a large stream of travelers which gives you enough space for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, exploring the northern part of the island and watching dolphins make somersaults in the air.