Look out for the signs made of recycled wood, or follow the small groups of Bali’s cool crowds with surf boards in-hand and a lack of shoes or sandals on their feet. Bingin Beach is a boho hideaway that’s relatively hard to find unless you know where you’re going – or who to follow. With perfect waves and small sandy coves for swimming at low tide, this cliff-base beach is a favourite for Bali’s sun soakers and surfers. You’ll need to be relatively fit to get to and from the beach (there are uneven, rocky steps from the top of the cliff to the sands), but your efforts will certainly be rewarded. Dozens of affordable beach stays line the cliffside too, making this a good spot for budget trips or a good old, no-frills sunset Bintang on a blanket. There are some great healthy cafes here too, perfect for a post-surf refuel and insta-ready sunsets.