HomeBlogs Delod Brawah Beach Delod Brawah beach is a sloping, black-sandy beach, an ideal location
for recreation and swimming. The black color comes from a natural
process, especially the swampy (called Berawah in Balinese) area nearby.
So then, the people who live on the north side called the newly-formed
village Delod Berawah, south of the swampy area. On the north side of
Delod Brawah beach is a former rice field where traditional water
buffalo race called Makepung is regularly held. This is such an
attraction only to be found in Jembrana.
The beach can easily be reached from the sub-district of Mendoyo,
Jembrana, about 88 km from Denpasar. It is about 1,5 km to the south
from Tegalcangkring through extensive rice field often visited by flock
of herons and storks.