There is a scenic point with a big sign that says, "Halona Blowhole Scenic Point." You can't miss it, particularly with the ass load of rental cars parked in the parking lot. The scenic point is a couple hundred feet above the ocean and looks down onto Halona Beach, the blowhole, and Sandy's Beach. As you look down on Halona Beach, you can see a lot of locals playing in the violent waves below. Known as "The Peering Place," Halona Beach is really more of a cove and is situated to the right of the blowhole. The rocky cove has a small sandy beach and crowded water. 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. If you've ever seen 50 First Dates with Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler, this is the spot where they first kiss.
|View from the Scenic Point|
|Halona Beach Cove From the Rocks Next to the Beach|