Broken Beach is on the West Coast of Nusa Penida. Broken Beach is an incredible little cove, The highlight of the cove and the reason it is called Broken Beach is due to the archway that wraps around the bay allowing water to flow in and out from the ocean. From above the cove appears almost circular and closed in, however, at eye level the arch is quite high. Unfortunately, there is no way down into the cove for a refreshing dip although you can get in the water at Angel’s Billabong around the corner.
If the height doesn’t take your breath away, that view surely will. The view of Kelingking is arguably more popular than the beach itself. From a steep, lush cliff visitors look down onto the sugar-white sand enveloped by the famous limestone headland that reaches out into the Indian Ocean. Also nicknamed ‘T-Rex Bay’ for its arm-shaped rock, Kelingking Beach is remotely set on the southwestern coast of Nusa Penida island. If you’re up for another trek after getting there, getting down to the beach itself is another 400m hike. But, we can only recommend this for the most fit and adventurous
Angel's Billabong beach, the natural pool on the island Nusa Penida with waves crashing rocks,The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape. You can descend into its crystal-clear rock pools for a swim or a soak, but only during low tide. The rock pools are one of the must-sees for visitors to Nusa Penida. The island itself is famous for its beautiful cliffs and pristine coastlines