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.
The Restaurant, looking over the Flores Sea to Medang Island and the mountains of Sumbawa, serves fresh and simple cuisine, much of it made with products grown or reared on the island. The catch of the day, direct from the fishermen’s boats, is a highlight of the daily menu, which can be tailored to individual tastes.
The resort’s own garden produces many of the vegetables, fruits and herbs used in the kitchen, whilst fresh seafood is delivered directly from the fisherman’s boats, with dishes featuring traditional Indonesian flavours and the best of island cooking.
Sunsets that require a cocktail
The rainbow colours of dusk offer an occasion to try a new cocktail from the bar, or enjoy a secluded sundowner from Sunset Point, atop the volcanic ridge with uninterrupted and sweeping views of the horizon.
Atmospheric al fresco dining
Dine by the sea as the sun sets, surrounded by lanterns and with your toes dipped in the sand. Enjoy romantic campfire dinners on the beach or a starlight dinner cruise in Amanwana Bay.
Escape with family and friends for four or six nights and make Amanwana’s camp exclusively yours. Includes a night at Aman Villas at Nusa Dua, full board, jungle treks, massages, snorkelling, waterfall visits and more.