Ceningan Point is a left-hand point break on the tiny island of Nusa Ceningan which is connected to Nusa Lembongan buy a bridge. The most exposed surf spot in the area Ceningan picks up a lot of swell as it rolls into Mahana Point and starts breaking to produce ultra-consistent surf. This long left-hander dishes out big bowls in the pocket and wide open faces, perfect for the ever-stylish power surfing. Strong trade winds from the southeast and currents can easily turn the waves soupy. Although Mahana Point does provide some protection from the winds in the dry season.
Ceningan works best on smaller swells and is a great low tide option when all the main breaks on Nusa Lembongan aren’t working. It’s not the easiest to access from land and is a long paddle out into the line-up so access by boat is recommended. The very eerie feel to it due to the currents, deep channel, open ocean aspect and the fact that when the swell jumps up it quickly gets super powerful and sketchy are other great reasons to go by boat.