You'll see the jukungs pulled up onto the top of the sand dune with little storage shacks straight behind them.
There's not much happening here through the day, but early morning it can get pretty busy. When the sea is too rough for them to get the boats out, you may see them line fishing off the beach.
Nelayan is less of a surfing beach and there's plenty of sand if you just want to lay around. What there isn't though are warungs or drinks sellers — at least we couldn't find any — so bring your own water and snacks.
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