Visit Pemuteran, Indonesia
Pemuteran is on the north coast of the island which is far quieter than the south and offers the opportunity to combine relaxation and authentic Balinese culture.
The area features strong artistic and cultural traditions that are reflected in the local pottery, weaving and temple designs. Relaxing on the therapeutic volcanic sands of Pemuteran and Lovina combines well with trekking in Bali Barat National Park or diving the renowned reefs off Menjangan Island.
It is also possible to continue your travels overland to the volcanoes of eastern Java by short ferry crossing from Gilimanuk.
Suggested itineraries featuring Pemuteran
This sample itinerary will give you an idea of what is possible when you travel in Pemuteran, and showcases routes we know work particularly well. Treat this as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.
Map of Pemuteran
Places & hotels on the map
Places near Pemuteran
- Bali 8 miles away
- Bali Barat National Park 9 miles away
- Medewi 21 miles away
- Lovina 26 miles away
- Ijen National Park 27 miles away
- Munduk 31 miles away
- Ubud 49 miles away
- Seminyak 51 miles away
- Tembok 54 miles away
- Sanur 56 miles away
- Jimbaran 56 miles away
- Bukit Peninsula 59 miles away
- Lembongan Island 66 miles away
- Candidasa 68 miles away
- The Gili Islands 98 miles away
- Senggigi 99 miles away
- Sire Beach 101 miles away
- Medana Bay 103 miles away
- Mount Bromo 118 miles away
- Lombok 123 miles away
- Mount Rinjani 126 miles away
- Malang 140 miles away
- Surabaya 145 miles away
- Moyo Island 200 miles away
- Prambanan 287 miles away
- Yogyakarta 295 miles away
Photos of Pemuteran
Accommodation choices for Pemuteran
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Pemuteran. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.
Taman Sari blends wonderfully with nature, the simple cottages and suites were built using natural indigenous materials in a relaxed setting surrounded by tranquil gardens and ponds.