The turquoise Aegean laps Amanruya’s private pebble beach, while ancient pine forests scent the air. Resting amid olive groves and cypress trees on the Bodrum Peninsula’s serene north coast, the village-like resort is a secluded retreat offering an abundance of space and privacy.
Serving exquisite Indonesian and international cuisines with produce sourced from the resort’s own organic farm and garden, Amankila’s hillside dining venues claim mesmerising views of the Lombok Strait. Down on the shore, guests and non-residents can enjoy casual poolside dining in the Beach Club’s serene coconut grove.
Amankila’s open-sided Restaurant is located above the main pool overlooking the ocean. Open for dinner, its menu features both Indonesian and Western dishes, with free-range duck reared on the resort’s farm in Jasri a specialty. Begin your evening with a drink in the Bar alongside the Restaurant, a lofty-ceilinged space with the same awe-inducing views.
Set back from the signature three-tier pool, the Terrace is open for breakfast and lunch, offering a selection of Asian and Western fare with panoramic sea views. Fresh herbs come from the resort’s own garden, while locally sourced fruit and vegetables are the result of Mount Agung’s fertile soil. Choose to dine in one of the private poolside bales, seemingly perched between ocean and sky.
A simple menu of salads and pizzas along with Indonesian and light Western dishes are served at the Beach Club for brunch, lunch, and afternoon tea. Overlooking the resort’s largest swimming pool, the Beach Club is located behind the beach in a peaceful coconut grove. Drinks and light meals can also be enjoyed in eight secluded lounging bales right on the sand.