If you love the beach and are looking for adventure or relaxation, but prefer someplace different and away from the daily grind, this is for you. The following destinations are hidden and full of unique experiences: good waves and delicious food. These six Peruvian beaches will allow you to take advantage of summer by searching for the sun and sea in a new location. From Lima to Arequipa, the prettiest beaches to spend a relaxing moment with family and loved ones are here. 1. Jihuay: At the height of kilometer 594, in Arequipa, this beach is located just at approximately one kilometer from the road. It has white sand, blue waves and you can rent an hour near it for six to eight people for just US$200 for a night. 2. Cantos Rodados: This beach is located in Ancash located on the Santa Island. To get there, it’s necessary to make a trip in a boat for 45 minutes from Puerto Coishco. The place is full of bird (around 17 species) that hang out on the many rocks that surround it. 3. Caleta San Jose: This beach is located in Arequipa and it’s known for it’s animal viewing. You can find penguins and sea lions everywhere. Apart from that, you can also ride a Kayak since the waters are so calm. 4. Caleta Vidal: At 180 kilometers from the capital, you can find this beach that forms part of a joint of beaches that shine for their beauty. It’s hidden between mountains and it’s best to access through the ocean in a boat. 5. Lampay: Close to Lima, on the kilometer 182 of the Panamericana Norte. There are many caves that can be observed from the shore and natural huge walls surround it. It’s ideal if you want to escape the city rush. 6. Caleta Ancumpita: Located in Arequipa and it might seem like a huge pool since it is surrounded by rock formations. It’s known for having really big depths and that’s why many people like to dive there. To get there you need to take a boat journey from San Jose. What about you readers, what beaches would you recommend? Now that we’re in mid-summer, what’s better than discovering new beaches where you can calm down the sun?