Señoritas breaks left with power and purpose across 3 sections of rocky reef attached to the southern headland of the Señoritas/Caballeros bay. Purposeful walls with slabby lips and the odd tube moment, march across the line-up in most swells and there is a bit of S wind protection, but not in the classical Peruvian point sense. At low tide, there are a few rocks that pop, so incoming is better.
This place scores an 8 for consistency and the same for the weekend crowd of locals who rule the roost. It's a long paddle with plenty of swirling current and getting caught inside will be punished. Urchins are everywhere and the rocks are home to colonies of razor sharp picos de loro barnacles. Good surfers only.