San Antonio in Zambales is blessed with these magnificent coves. Long grayish-white sand beach, a perfect picnic spot under the Agoho trees and a fresh water lake on the side for visitors who wishes to take a moment from the salty water.
Though these coves are now the target hideouts specially during summer, locals are still preserving its pristine look and feel.
There are few ways to reach the coves. Behind the coves are mountains where waterfalls can be visited. From these mountains, some known and established trails can be of used to traverse to any of these coves, Mt. Pundaquit - Traverse to Anawangin Cove, Mt. Balingkilat - Traverse to Nagsasa Cove or Anawangin Cove, Mt. Dayungan - Traverse to Silanguin Cove, Mt. Nagsasa - Traverse to Nagsasa Cove and Mt. Cinco Picos - Traverse to Silanguin Cove to name a few.
For visitors who's not into hiking, these coves can be reached via boat. Boat rentals can be arranged at Brgy. Pundaquit, San Antonio Zambales.