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A beautiful seaside resort — San Bartolo — can be found south of Lima. Straight on the Pacific Ocean, located at about km 52 of the Pan Americana, San Bartolo is known for its pristine waters, small bays with delightful beaches and waves that are perfect and are ideal for surfers. With sunshine nearly 8 months a year and unsullied air throughout the year, this is what San Bartolo offers, a dry and healthy climate.
All kinds of amenities which are classic for a seaside resort is what San Bartolo offers its tourists. Enjoy the following at San Bartolo: hotel accommodations and pools offered by hostels, facilities specializing in sports and conference rooms, enticing restaurants offering distinctive food of the Peruvian coastal region, nightly, fascinating landscape and great places especially for surfers and everyday people who love water sports.
San Bartolo places to visit and attractions
Especially for anybody who adores water sports, San Bartolo is a marvelous and favored seaside resort that has a lot to offer. Especially in the summer month, breathtaking places for surfing fans like “El Peñascal” in the north with great waves and “La Ribera Sur” with rocks and breakwaters make San Bartolo a nice town to visit. Next, to surfing, San Bartolo is a perfect location to do other water activities like boating, water skiing, swift sailing, fishing, or just plain swimming –but be prepared for the cold water — and or just get tan at the beach. If salt water isn’t your thing, most accommodations and hostels have swimming pools and sporting facilities. For the hungry stomach, restaurants here offer prominent Peruvian coastal food.
The people of San Bartolo are very passionate, and they surely love to celebrate. You can even join with them if you are there like during “San Pedro and San Pablo” on the 29th of June. A couple of visitors from Maryland Flooring companies have joined last time and they really had the time of their lives.
There is also a rock formation molded by the capability of the waves where the waters of the Pacific Ocean splash into a big cave, breaking and splitting up in thousands of small droplets, it’s a must to not miss the famous “Bufadero.”