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I would like to write about Central America, where I have spent most of the last 26 years, much of it working in Hospitality and Travel, here is a fact sheet on the Beaches of El Salvador, 17 years ago I moved back to El Salvador from Guatemala for personal reasons and there was very little receptive tourism, today all that is changed, El Salvador can even boast its own "Panajachel(A popular ex pat haven and travel destination in Guatemala)by the Sea" El Tunco Beach and finally things are hippong in Colonial Suchitoto, some 48 km. or 31 miles north of the bustling capital city of San Salvadorl where many young ex pats now call home, teaching and working in various fields, from all over the Globe....entonces....now "The Beaches of El Salvador" by Donald Lee
The Beaches of El Salvador.
By Donald Leibowicz in Discover the Undiscovered Central America (Files) · Edit Doc · Delete.
I think you'll agree with me that the beaches in El Salvador are awesome1
I love La Costa del Sol, El Tunco in La Libertad El Salvador, Los Cobanos... I like all them really!
Which one is your favourite?
The beaches in El Salvador are all so so much fun, no matter what you are looking for.
I recently visited Salinitas and El Tunco... wow!! It's so beautiful there, that at times I forgot where I was... In Salinitas visit Beach House and Tourist complex "Pena Salinitas Salinitas" FB page: https://www.facebook.com/PenaAzulLoungeSalinitas?fref=ts E mail direct to owner English/Spanish email@example.com English/Spanish
Recommended for small groups, reduced prices for travelers from Monday through Friday, non holiday periods.
El Tunco: http://www.playaeltunco.travel/en.html http://www.surfestravel.com/playaeltunco.html
I thought I was on some exotic island but no... I was right in our tiny, little country of El Salvador!
Vanessa Henriquez, EBES Editor - Updated: August 29, 2012
What's so great about El Salvador beaches anyway?
Which is YOUR favourite El Salvador beach?
Tell us about it!
The beaches in La Libertad are considered to be some of the best in the world among surfers!!
And... you can spend a week at the beach without breaking your bank account!
Have a look at some of the amazing and fun things you can do on these beaches...
Surfing: El Salvador beaches are attracting more and more surfers from around the world, yet it's still not crowded at all!
I spent an afternoon watching surfers find the perfect waves, on sunny warm beaches and having a good time with friendly locals without spending a fortune.
Beaches like El Sunzal, El Tunco and others host National and Regional tournaments. El Salvador is really emerging as a "must visit" surfing destination and for good reason!
2011 Update -
ISA Surfing Championship being held in Punta Roca El Salvador!!
Scuba Diving and Snorkelling: White sanded beaches are perfect for diving and snorkeling.
It's such an amazing experience to see rock formations, ship wrecks and the only coral reef in the America's Pacific region!
Los Cóbanos is a favourite place for snorkeling, but... how about diving in some of the crater lakes like Lake Ilopango and Coatepeque?
Fishing: El Salvador's prime coastal fishing waters offer a wide variety of sport fishing adventures for the experienced and less experienced fisher.
Shore, deep water, reef
fishing, try it all, it's all here. There are several catch and release fishing tournaments held in El Salvador.
A very popular tournament is The Presidential Challenge held in Bahia del Sol Hotel and Marina in Costa del Sol.
Kayaking: Another exciting way to explore the beaches, river mouths and bays.
Paddle your way through mangroves at the Jiquilisco and Barra de Santiago bays or the estuary at Costa del Sol.
Kayaking the volcanic crater lakes is also a great experience, but you can also take a boat tour and just sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
You sure end this tour feeling great and invigorated by the surroundings.
You can also do some kayaking at the Royal Decameron Salinitas, it's included as part of your stay.
Where to stay?
The options for accommodation are endless... You can stay at a hostel
or do you prefer a
or even an
all inclusive resort!
Want to enjoy all the comforts of home? You can also try a beach rental in El Salvador, the prices are very reasonable as well. https://www.facebook.com/PenaAzulLoungeSalinitas?fref=ts firstname.lastname@example.org
So just take a break from the hustle and bustle from the city and enjoy a few days at the beach.
And did you know that some of the beaches in El Salvador are a haven for sea turtle nests?
Read about the conservation efforts being put forth to save these wonderful creatures.
Discovering this new destination in Central America is a fascinating experience.
Come and see for yourself why so many people love El Salvador beaches!!
More information on El Salvador Beaches
http://www.wtf-elsalvador.com/ in English/Spanish
http://www.wtf-elsalvador.com/archives download all 3 issues in pdf format.
http://www.tripwolf.com/en/guide/show/670178/El-Salvador/Pacific-coast/West-of-La-Libertad/Playa-El-Tunco plus further information on all Beaches West of La Libertad on this page.
http://www.tripwolf.com/en/guide/list/670157/El-Salvador/Pacific-coast/West-of-La-Libertad?group=7 Hotels and Lodging Places
East of La Libertad
http://www.happytellus.com/travelling-to/la-libertad/el-salvador Bus 102 leaves Parque Bolivar Central El Salvador every 10-15 minutes 430 am to 800pm The Express Bus is called 'Via Shell' about 1 hour 60 cents US, also at Paque Bolivar is Microbus 102 A Express that stops in both La Libertad and beyond to El Tunco $1.50 US every 30 minutes from 600am to 815pm both buses also stop opposite Church of La Cieba de Guadelupe on main road to Santa Tecla, 2 km., West of the Feria Zona Rosa and the 102 local stops in Santa Tecla. Surfers with Boards are advised to take Bus 102 non rush hours, best take taxi to Parque bolivar Terminal downtown if carrying a board. From the Airport a taxi to La Libertad Beach/El Tunco 25-40 minutes maximum on well paved Coast highway $25-30 USD, no reliable bus service on this route, no need to go into congested San Salvador. Car Rentals at Airport, Credit Card required