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Not a lot of shade on the Malecon. I was there in the mornings, and it was hot! I preferred to venture into the city rather than spend time here, but it is good to see, especially the pier. Never saw it at night, we...More
While waiting for the bus leaving to Sonsonate we made a stroll around this area and made a coffee stop in restaurant. The view was nice and people were friendly. The buses leave around the mercado area which is just 2 blocks up from the...More
Definitely worth a trip (we were staying in El Tunco) to stroll the Malecon, drink and eat (seafood was a lot cheaper there than in Tunco) and to see the fish market and boats coming in with their catch. Paid $5 each way by taxi....More
I went in December 2015.
I hired a private taxi who took me around the area including the volcano in the capital. Then it was a quick drive to here on the coast.
We went to the pier where you can see the fish market....More
We went on a rainy day and had a nice little walk through - loads of opportunities to buy some super fresh ceviche as well as the fish market itself which had an array of fish / prawns. Even if you don't buy it was...More
I like this place as food is good and prices too. Unfortunately, last time my orange juice was made with over riped fruit, soup was cold and tomato salad was spoiled. I hope it was because I went about 2pm so I was not lucky...More
The area is relatively safe, seafood is delicious and cheap, the people friendly and welcoming but the lack of garbage bins in the bay grounds combined with the poor culture of the Salvadorean population transforms what can beautiful experience into a repulsive one. Its so...More