Costa del Sol Beach and Estero de Jaltepeque

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Costa del Sol Beach and Estero de Jaltepeque

The most extensive beach in El Salvador is approximately 12 to 15 km away with many hotels, beach clubs and places where you can see its sunsets or sunrises enjoying fresh seafood and the drink of your choice, because of its extension is ideal for jogging , Practice foot ball and beach volley ball.

Also at the end of the boulevard costa del sol you can access the Jaltepeque estuary where you can navigate through its canals with mangroves and watch birds such as herons, ducks, gulls, as these mangroves are a refuge for migratory and resident birds.

You can also enter the sea by leaving the mouth of the Cordoncillo or the Bocana of the Lempa River which is adjacent to the beach “Los Negros” which is a wonderful pacific beach , the transport from the lace that is located at the end of the Boulevard Costa del Sol Until the mouth of the river lempa costs approximately $ 45.00 in a boat with capacity for 12 people and lasts 3 hours round trip you can also visit the island Montecristo where you will find accommodation and food services.

How to get?

By car, from San Salvador, take the CA-2 road that leads east, at km 43 you will find the turnoff that leads to the coast of the sun. Turn right and 15 minutes you will find the signposted turnoff that takes you to the Costa del Sol.

By bus at the southern terminal, take the route that goes directly to La Costa del Sol, which will take you along the boulevard Costa del Sol to La Puntilla beach.

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