Hidden on the edge of a rugged coastline soaked with spray is the calm Natural Pool, also known as the Conchi, or Cura de Tortuga. This sheltered spot was created by a sunken volcanic rock formation, and stays tranquil despite the chaos surrounding it.
The entire area is a pristine, natural site, and is only accessible via 4x4 vehicle, on horseback, or on foot. The shoreline is actually located within Arikok National Park and is relatively close to other sites of note, such as the Natural Bridge and Daimari Beach.
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