Inside the US built military zone, this little left point set-up gets it name from the seawater pool built into the rocks beside the break. A nice, easy left peaks up and wanders down the rock and sand line, offering fun walls and a bit of steeper stuff in the shallower shorebreak. Simple jump off the rocks makes it a breeze to walk circuits. Usually better at lower tides but bigger swells break right through. NW swells scour out the sand so winter better.
Usually mellow on the crowd factor because it can be a hassle getting through the checkpoints and showing ID etc. Surfing used to be off limits here and access is occasionally denied. You can also walk down from Lobitos along the beach.