Gilimanuk Beach, on the farthest western coast of Bali, serves as a gateway between Bali and the other Indonesian islands to the west. Take a ferry across the Straits of Bali for a unique adventure and enjoy the refreshing and panoramic vista of the ocean and Java, on the other side. Be forewarned, however—it can take several hours due to the long queues. Food and toilets on board the ferries are basic and do not expect to get a seat if you are the last to board. The strait spans only a few kilometers and the journey lasts about 30 minutes.
Beaches/Bodies of Water