Gajah Mina Beach Resort is located at Surabrata Village, Selemadeg of Tabanan where the finest Bali rice is produced. Gajah Mina Resort Bali is located about 2.5 hours drive from Bali International airport. A stroll toward the ocean leads to a small cape covered with thick Alang - Alang grasses, ending on a cliff from where the view extends towards both ends of the island. One of Gajah Mina Beach Resort Bali two headlands is maintained as a protected area for the Water Monitor, a timid unaggressive lizard which can grow to 1.7m in length. You can make wonderful walks on the 30 km long deserted beach.
Gajah Mina Beach Resort Bali overlooks its own private beach carved into the volcanic rock designed by its French Owner to combine the ethnic characteristics of the Balinese cultural environment with a high level of comfort and sophistication. The setting is spectacular, natural caves and ancient stone carvings offering romantic walks across adjacent cliff top, headlands, rice paddies, coconut groves, and deserted beaches.
Furnished with a wide variety of antique source from throughout the Indonesia archipelago, the villas are fashioned from natural materials such as volcanic stone, teak, coconut wood, and unpolished marble. Stained glass bedroom windows add a touch of romance. Private verandahs with loungers are the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sea breeze and bask in the perfume of tropical flowers. Gajah Mina Beach Resort features luxuriously appointed bathroom with outside garden shower complements each villa. Each villa discreetly nestles within its own walled garden offering view across rice paddies, palm-fringed gardens, and the rugged Balian coastline. Private terraces invite you to lounge amidst the clouds and the crown of palm. Tucked in between rice fields, the 27 meters long pool is built around the shape of a rice terrace.