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It is a well known fact that pirates once frequented our local coastline of Baja California centuries ago and local lore tells of a few hidden caves along our rocky shoreline that were chosen by pirates to hide their stolen treasure; gold, silver, diamonds and other precious stones, raided from Spanish galleons further south.
Some old timers here say La Lobera was once a pirate’s cave and it’s roof was broken through by competing pirate raiders to reach the hidden treasure for themselves, hundreds of years ago.
As the story goes, a few hidden caves remain that were the most difficult to reach; appearing only on days of very calm seas that coincided with the dates of extremely low tides.
In fact, many young adventurers from the local region over the years have lost their vessels trying to find these caves and a few of them never returned; said to have indeed found one of the hidden caves but perished while attempting to enter.
Or while trying to leave the cave with its bounty onboard.
Hard to know what is really true but it’s easy to imagine pirates frequenting this local coastline and set high above the blue Pacific with a panoramic view you will find La Cueva del Pirata.
This seaside restaurant offers their guests a unique experience to enjoy the finest selection of seafood and other selections with lobster their speciality since they first opened.
The restaurant also functions as a hotel with eighteen rooms available along with overnight RV parking.
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