With the beach at our doorstep, Kura Kura is a great location to discover yoga in Bali, connect with nature, be part of the rich way of Balinese daily life and encounter the warmth of the Balinese people. Kura Kura is part of a small fishing village called Seseh. You find us just before the palm tree road through rice fields ends in the Indian Ocean. Although secluded we are close to uptown Seminyak (Kuta area) and one hour of the airport and Ubud.
Around us are many temples, unspoiled rice fields and little traditional villages. If you want the ‘buzz’: the closest is to walk along the beach to your left where you find Echo Beach, a famous surf spot with restaurants along the shore. Walking to the right along the beach you find quietness and temples.
Seseh is a tiny traditional fishing village tucked away on the Southwest coast of Bali, and has managed to retain the cultural spirit of Bali. Still untouched by major tourism. At the beach you meet Balinese families enjoying the amazing sunsets. Seseh Beach is revered by the Balinese as a sacred beach and is a place where many Balinese go to perform centuries old ceremonial rituals. It is also notable for its great surfing as Echo Beach about 2KM South of Seseh. More than anything Seseh is a superb location to explore the cultural heritage sites for which Bali was once famous. It is the perfect location to see the real Bali. See more of Seseh, along with pictures of the retreat and our beach, in the Gallery.