Guests at Sri Villas pass through our garden and find themselves on a secluded, breathtaking beach. Morning and early evening walks in either direction are fun and rewarding (you can go for miles). Naturally, swimming and body surfing in the warm Indian Ocean are a must, although our large pool allows for both training and fun (with a special shallow area for babies and children). We have a library of books and a selection of games.

Yoga Classes

Yoga masters are available for private lessons at Sri Villas. Our beachfront location provides the perfect setting for sunset sessions. Please ask our manager for details and bookings.


Sri Villas has a signature 25 metre pool that works for doing laps or just lounging. We have a shallow section in the middle, perfectly suited to our smaller guests.

Sunset Cocktails

Choose from our selection of classic tropical cocktails and watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean. We also have a curated collection of wines from around the world.

Bawa Country

Lunuganga, the nearby home and exotic garden of Sri Lanka’s famous architect Geoffrey Bawa, is open to the public.


Take a trip to Hikkaduwa or Unawatuna, or enjoy the nearby ancient temples, turtle hatcheries and relax at a choice of Ayurvedic spas in the area. Sri Villas is an hour away from the historic city of Galle with its world heritage Dutch Fort and international cricket pitch. More gentle pursuits include river cruises and hiking through local villages and paddy fields.

Water Sports

Sri Villas is ideally located for those who wish to get out and about. In nearby Bentota you will find all kinds of water sports, including a water skiing and surfing school.

Turtle Hatchery

The waters around Sri Lanka are teeming with sea life, and we are blessed to share our beach with several different types of sea turtles that regularly visit to take nest.

Bonfires On The Beach

There's no better way to welcome the sunset than to build your own bonfire on the beach. Join us as we build or just sit back and enjoy - the choice is yours.

Galapata Raja Temple

About 3km inland from Bentota, on the south bank of the Bentota Ganga, this unexpected 12th-century temple has some lovely murals and a 2500-year-old dagoba that is said to hold the canine tooth of Buddha's main disciple, Kasyapa.

69 Kilometre Post, Colombo-Galle Road, Induruwa Village