Canggu Beachside Villa Boa
A stay at Villa Boa is a great opportunity to experience the breezy luxury of tropical open-air living surrounded by nature.
The alfresco lounge area is stylishly minimalist, with a combination of concrete flooring and whitewashed walls providing a sleek contrast to the interior’s earthy furnishings and authentic Indonesian art. An impressive open-plan kitchen is fitted with all mod cons and includes a convivial kitchen island with bar stools.
he outdoor dining area is themed in warm terracotta and furnished with a solid wooden six-seater table. A striking water feature, along with the clean Japanese-style décor, creates a Zen-filled space.
An additional shaded lounge area with a sofa and two comfortable armchairs is a great spot for enjoying an evening cocktail under the watchful eye of Dewi Sri – the Javanese goddess of wealth and family fortune.
All living areas overlook the manicured grass lawn and the 16 x 4-metre pool which is bordered by sun loungers and umbrellas.
Villa Boa enjoys a bird’s eye view of the ocean and the surrounding rice fields from its private rooftop terrace on the second floor.
Villa Boa is located in the village of Berawa on the border between Canggu and Seminyak. Berawa is rapidly becoming a hotspot for surfers who enjoy riding its long beach break, as well with foodies who revel in its dazzling number of coffee shops, delis and restaurants, and shoppers who will enjoy browsing the many boutiques in nearby Canggu.
The villa is only a one-minute walk from the beach and from a beautiful natural lagoon, where colourful outriggers are pulled up on the sands, ready to head out to sea on their nightly fishing trips.
To get to the beach you’ll walk past La Laguna, a stunning beach bar and restaurant entirely made out of driftwood, and probably one of the most photogenic spots on the island. From there, take a picturesque stroll along the sand towards other popular surfing spots such as Batu Bolong Beach (3km) and Echo Beach (4km) to the north. The swell is quite strong on this side of the island, so we don’t recommend swimming.
Walk five hundred metres along the beach to the south and you’ll be able to indulge in the glitz and glamour of some of Seminyak’s most popular beach clubs like Tropicola, W Hotel, Ku Dé Ta and Potato Head.