The southern beach of Nusa Dua is accessible on foot.
Nusa Dua has a number of beaches separated by several sandy outposts which jut out to the ocean. The southern-most beach is already about 2km long of sandy shoreline flanked by a number of international class resorts like Bali Hilton and the Grand Hyatt Bali.
Interestingly, there are two separate sandy beaches here with a lush public park dividing these two. The park also host a temple called Pura Bias Tugel which is located a secluded location within the park's compound.
The northern portion of this seaside park offers a spectacular view of Mt Agung across the Badung Straits. It was a sight to behold as my prior trip to Pura Besakih had this legendary mountain peak covered in clouded.
The beach has some decent sands, although honestly it is nothing to shout about. In fact, most parts of Nusa Dua are of of reclaimed land to cater for the explosive tourism development. Nonetheless, the beach looks natural enough for the uninitiated.
A nice secluded beach for sun worshippers. Plenty of space for everyone.