I have a lot to touch with this entry. Not only because Dicasalarin is known for its lighthouse, crystal waters and fine white sand, but it was also developed into a peaceful place for nature wanderers. We failed to visit Dicasalarin Cove during our 2011 trip to Baler. That's why with the recent trip we made to Baler for 2014, our host made sure that we experience Dicasalarin.
Secluded beach destination
Blue- green waters
Swimming was not allowed at the time of our visit. The waves were pretty high and the current---powerful. But the vastness of the cove/ beach area Dicasalarin was inviting. we still went for a dip but we stayed by the shoreline with the kids to feel the cold ocean splash at our feet and just enough to freshen up. Dicasalarin made me feel that I was some place else. A beach outside the country, something like Hawaii. .
Next: The Artists' Village