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LeGa is stunningly situated beside Batubelig Beach, and is both private and secure. Boasting five bedrooms, this contemporary villa is beautifully furnished and comes with a 12m swimming pool set in landscaped walled gardens, an open-plan living room with dining area and feature kitchen, plus an excellent staff of 13.
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The shimmering black-sand beach in front of Villa LeGa extends in both directions as far as the eye can see. This beach is better for surfers than swimmers; however there is an approved swimming area in front of the Grand Bali Sani Suites Hotel, 150m to the right of the villa. Right next to the villa to the right is the Mozaic Beach Club, a five-star restaurant and bar serving top range F&B and full of beautiful people. Immediately in front is a small beachfront warung serving cheap, local favourites like nasi goring and icy cold beer. Heading left along the beach will take you to the W hotel, Potato Head, La Lucciola and Ku De Ta; some of the hippest venues in Bali If you head back towards the Grand Bali Sani Suites Hotel, turn right onto the tarred road inland and then take the next right-hand turn, you'll find more shops and restaurants (but watch out when walking as this road gets busy). Some of the best and most convenient are Taco Beach for Mexican, Warung Sobat, a well-known haunt popular for its steak and, further along on the right, the always fantastic Watercress, and a branch of the famous Naughty Nuri' whose martinis and excellent ribs are renowned. If you drive ten minutes further along this road you'll arrive in the heart of Seminyak - famed for its trendy boutiques, sumptuous spas, chic cocktail lounges and vibrant nightspots. Nearby places of interest include one of Bali' most sacred Hindu temples, Pura Petitenget, the fourth largest temple in Bali, where some of the most spectacular Balinese ceremonies may often be witnessed. A little further away (30 minutes' drive) is Tanah Lot, another is Bali' most important temples while, for those of a more sporty nature, horse riding is available a short drive away in Umalas.