Located in Klungklung regency, Bali, the road to Pantai Lepang is surrounded by paddy fields and plantations on either side, giving you a glimpse of rural Bali before you reach Lepang's black-sand shores. An emerging tourist spot, Lepang beach offers a coastline ideal for cycling, a beautiful sunset, sunbathing and swimming opportunities, and local delicacies served by the 'warungs' scattered across its sands.
The emergence of large beach resorts has slightly dampened the untouched, serene qualities that the beach used to be defined by. The trees lining the beachside, along with the fishing boats moored on the beach, make for a wonderful sight, starkly set against the black-sand beach. It is also a popular beach for watersport activities such as snorkelling.