All wrapped warmly in genuine Balinese hospitality.
Est. 2015. Penida Colada is owned and operated by Nusa Penida locals. We are dedicated to fostering skills development within our community by providing on the job training to new school graduates and tourism students. We honor our culture by closing on significant ceremonial days. We support local farmers and fishermen by featuring seasonal produce on our menu.
We are committed to preserving our beautiful island by integrating waste minimizing practices. If you’d like to help keep Nusa Penida clean by collecting a bag of trash, we’ll give you free coffee! Ask us for an #insidertip for exploring the island, and let our team's deep local knowledge guide you to hidden gems and extraordinary experiences.
A sought-after destination. With a picturesque view of the famous volcano across the ocean. Serving up sustainably sourced food. A tempting selection of cocktails. And regular live music by the sea. All wrapped warmly in genuine Balinese hospitality. The menu is fresh and flavourful. Featuring seasonal produce from local fishermen and farmers. It’s more than just a place. It’s a vibe. An atmosphere. Somewhere with Soul. An experience not to be missed. From Sunrise to Sunset and late into the night.
Settle in for the evening. Nab the best spot for Sunset. And enjoy a Penida Colada signature cocktail, served exclusively at, you guessed it, Penida Colada Beach Bar. For a limited time only we are giving away free Penida Colada cocktails to all early-bird bookings (before 5pm). Reserve your table and mention “The Namesake” offer on arrival to your waiter/waitress to claim your free drink! *terms and conditions apply
From 4-6pm every day, enjoy 2-for-1 signature cocktails to your heart’s content! Penida Coladas. Dragonfruit Daiquiris. Coco-lime Mojitos and more. . . Explore the range of tropical cocktails crafted by our skilled mixologists while you soak up the day’s last rays
We are always looking for new ways to #greenpenida. If you care to help keep the island clean by collecting a bag of rubbish off the beach, we’ll give you a free young coconut! Just present your bag to one of the waitstaff and we’ll make sure it gets properly disposed of while you cool off with a fresh young coconut.
Wayan (Owner), father of 3, grew up farming seaweed with his parents on the beach in front of Penida Colada. Loves fishing, cooking and playing guitar. Also known as ‘Mr Fix It’. He’s handier than an octopus.
Laksmi (Waitstaff) is petite, vivacious and an exceptional waitress. Balinese dance is her passion, but she also likes to throw shapes to Danish band ‘Michael Learns to Rock’.
Sukanta (Supervisor) is a rockstar mixologist and true dapper gentleman. You’ll find his interpretations of the classics and many more signature creations on the menu. Gede’s favourite cocktail is a Lemon Peel.
Dwi (Waitstaff) His friends call him Apple. He’ll call you whatever you like! To get him going, ask Dwi about football. Wherever Cristiano Ronaldo goes, Dwi follows.
Avoid the crowded Beaches - Enjoy these lesser known Nusa Penida Gems instead
Tembeling Forest and Springs
It’s cool and shady here, where tropical rainforest meets the sea. Take a refreshing dip in the natural spring water rock pools. Then explore the sea cave and add your own rock art installation to the collection. Definitely do not attempt the treacherous drive down on your own. Local ojek (motorbike taxi) drivers offer their services from the parking space at the top. Locals use these springs as a source of holy water, and you will see temples and deity statues here. Strictly not to be touched.
It’s quiet and stunningly beautiful. To make the most of this secret spot make sure to time your trip so that you arrive at low tide. At high tide the sandy beach disappears and its waves crash up against the limestone cliff.
From above you overlook Manta Bay where you can see the giant oceanic manta rays gracefully circling the cleaning station here. These magnificent creatures are one of the main drawcards of Nusa Penida diving. Access stairs were only recently cut into the cliff, so you can now access the beach. The steps are steep but short. It’s worth the climb.
“Came here during happy hour buy 1 get 1 cocktails. They do serve nice cocktails. Very nice atmosphere and beautiful setting overlooking the ocean during sunset. Foods were also delicious, try the grilled fish and octopus. A must visit spot if you're in Nusa Penida area.”
“Friendly people, good bands, great views. The fish tacos were amazing. Had to come back and eat them again. To be fair, the burgers and other dishes looked delicious too. Vegetarian and vegan dishes and desserts as well.”
“My favorite place on the island! I went there everyday during my stay in Nusa Penida and can say it’s the best for breakfast, drinks and dinner. The staff is so friendly - thank you Suparti for you service - food and drink are great mix of local and international cuisine and the view of the sea and mt Agung is just amazing!”