Playa Las Flores is regarded as having one of the best right point breaks in El Salvador.
Playas Las Flores,
- One of the best surf spots In El Salvador
Other destinations [ edit ]
The Pan-American highway travels through El Salvador and is a safe route for entering the country and travelling between San Miguel in the East and San Salvador in the West.
From San Miguel bus terminal there are regular one hour bus rides to El Cuco where you can walk or take a taxi to Playa Las Flores.
Get around [ edit ]
and Playa El Esteron offer a free shuttle service to Playa Las Flores or alternatively you can take cheap taxi rides between neighboring beaches.
is a quintessential beach with dark sands, lined with vendor huts and seafood restaurants and shaggy palms
is a beautiful and secluded beach located on the Eastern side of El Cuco
Playa El Esteron
is next to Playa El Esteron and where the river joins the ocean is popular for stand up paddleboarding.
Stand Up Paddleboarding at Intipuca Beach
Boat trips around the islands
Water skiing, Tubing, Wake boarding, Para sailing, Jet skiing in Playa El Esteron, one of the most beautiful beaches in El Salvador
Kayaking through the mangroves
Volcano hiking up Chaparrastique - One of the most active volcanoes in El Salvador
Waterfalls and hot springs
Nature hikes and lake tours to Isla de Olomega on Lake Olomega
You can find great options for sea food fresh from the coast of El Salvador
You can also find several bars and liquor stores in Intipuca Beach or for party-nightlife you can head to Ave. Roosevelt in El Cuco which has numerous bars and clubs open until the early hours of the morning and is also hosts to the biggest carnival in Central America in November.
Get out [ edit ]
There are regular busses that leave El Cuco for San Miguel bus station where you can catch a connecting bus to many other destinations inside or outside the country.
Some hotels offer a shuttle service to San Miguel or other destinations inside the country.
La Tortuga Verde offers transport between El Salvador and Nicaragua (skipping Honduras) by private boat $200 for up to 20 people.