This black sandy Seseh Beach is located in Munggu Village, Mengwi, Bali. It is about 15 kilometers north of Denpasar or about 55 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Along the way there are of the rice fields pampering the eyes. The sea water at Seseh Beach is blue, with high waves so it is suitable for challenging water sports such as surfing or kitesurfing. The coastline is spacious and elongated, it is very convenient to use to play with sands or sports such as beach volley, soccer or jogging.
The Seseh Beach is also a good place to see beautiful sun in the horizon. Visitors like to linger spending time on holiday in Seseh Beach just to see the natural beauty of Bali.
Seseh Beach is peaceful and serene, very different from the bustling Kuta beach. This peaceful place and tranquility is very desirable for many tourists. This beach is also considered sacred because here there are at least 5 sacred Hindu temples including Pura Mas, Pura Ulun Suwi, Pura Dalem, Pura Batu Bolong and Pura Batu Nunggul in the west. Seseh Beach facilities include toilets, parking lots, restaurants and some villas or inns.
Around the area there is also a sacred tomb of Raden Amangkuningrat or better known as Pangeran Mas Sepuh who was said to be a son of a king of Mengwi Kingdom. Pangeran Mas Sepuh was born in East Java from a Javanese moslem mother.