San Bartolo is a municipality located coast of Peru south of Lima Metropolitana, at Kilometer 52 of Highway 001 (Panamericana Sur). It is the capital and only town of the homonymous district of Lima Province. Its northern border district of Punta Negra, on the east by the Province of Huarochiri, south of the district of Santa Maria del Mar and west by the Pacific Ocean
San Bartolo is a very large resort south of Lima. The area has several houses of the era of former President Leguia not only used in summer months, but serve as permanent home for many of its inhabitants.
The town is very fervent and celebrated with much enthusiasm the feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8) and the feast of Saints Peter and Paul on June 29, where the fishermen of the area walk the statue of St. Peter by the bay of the south beach.
This beach has good waves for surfing and a tourist attraction, the Bufadero is a cave inside the hill where ocean waves enter and create the water pressure coming out as a gas through a crack in the rocks high into the sky, with a single whistle.
The special feature of this beach is that the sun shines almost all times of the year in part because of the microclimate that exists in this spa. Here are several good hotels and food is also very nice local woman.