There is a nice bumpy main path (which I would not call main street yet) that offers really awesome views. On the right side your eyes will always find the sea, between the houses and vegetation. On the left side there are palm trees (that reminds you that you are in a tropical place, of course, not in the Atlantic coast).
We also stopped on this side to visit a school of gamelan which is the orchestra of instruments in Indonesia and there were many cute kids playing and learning.
Despite its proximity to Bali the nature in Nusa Ceningan is very different and it’s a great surprise to find a peculiar atmosphere, still very calm. Recently and since a small amount of tourism arrived there, some families also own homestays and restaurants or local warungs.
The prices are higher than in Bali, not far from the well-known Le Pirate there is a small familiar place with only a few seats that serves a good soto ayam, a traditional Indonesian soup with chicken, noodles and lime.
To get to Nusa Ceningan you must cross a yellow bridge that separates the land of Nusa Lembongan with Nusa Ceningan. It is a great plan to a day-trip. You can get to the other side of the bridge walking, cycling or by motorbike which can be a funny experience.