Halona Beach Cove Oahu

This small beach located on the east coast is a movie-lovers "must see". It depicts everything expected in a tropical paradise and has been featured in many movies...

Kalanian'ole Highway, Southeast O'ahu

Known as "The Peering Place", this cove is situated to the right of the Halona Blowhole. The rocky cove has a small sandy beach that is great for swimming when the surf is calm. This beach is probably best known as the site of the famous love scene between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr in the 1953 movie, From Here to Eternity.

Services and Amenities
No lifeguard
No facilities
Sandy beach
Rocky shoreline
Good swimming when calm
Parking at Halona Blowhole Overlook
Difficult, rocky, somewhat steep hike down to beach

There are no lifeguards on duty here, so be extremely careful and DO NOT swim when the surf is rough. Strong currents possible outside of the protected cove area. Access to the beach is difficult, steep and rocky - wear sturdy shoes and use extreme caution. Rock hazards present in and around beach area.

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