The place derived its name from a rock formation which forms part of a cove in Brgy. Ibabang Polo in the southern part of Pagbilao Grande Island. Continuing wave action has sculpted the rock into a lovely and unique cave. The beach is bounded by the property of Lu kang, an old time chinese. Some locals call the place by that name. Lu kang's caretakers charge Php10.00 per head for keeping the place trash free. Three-walled cottages may be rented from Php200 to 400. A simpler way known to outsiders is to hire a boat from Brgy. Bantigue. But there is a way of reaching the place via dry land: From Pagbilao, just follow the National Highway going to Atimonan. The first Y-junction, a few hundred meters after KM 146 and just infront of Binahaan Elementary School, is the access road to Mirant Pagbilao Coal-fired Power Plant (an Independent Power Producer).