Kuta Beach Bali is located in the southern part of Bali Island. Situated at the distance of 1,5 km from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Kuta Beach is approximately 1,500 meters long.
Previously, Kuta and Kuta Beach was a fishing village whose existence was tranquil. Besides, Kuta Beach was also used as a commercial port and maritime by kingdoms of Bali. Now it has turned into a small international town completed with facilities and infrastructure supporting tourism. White sandy beaches along approximately 4 km highly favored by tourists for sunbathing, enjoying the sunset and swimming or surfing.
The particular feature from Kuta beach is a turtle habitat found there. Formerly Kuta Beach was an existing site for turtle, but it is now on the verge of extinction, then there is a preservation of sea turtles in Kuta. This animal is protected by government legislation and international law by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). If you are lucky, you can see the activity of baby turtle release or hatchling to the sea.