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This place is good for a day visit. There are a few stores down the Main Street and some good places to eat and drink for a reasonable price. The beach had high tides so we couldn’t swim so we went to another location for...More
This is a small front beach village. However it has everything you need. From great food to locally brewed beer. Small shops, restaurants, hotels, hostels, bars, discos, etc. You have to visit El Tunco while in La Libertad. A must!
They are a lot of stores on this strip where you can find souvenirs from this spot of “The Pig”. The name comes from the large rock mass out of the water that seems as a pig belly up. I stopped to buy at two...More
The Bohemian Surfer village is flooded with drugs, booz and sub-par cuisine. It has such potential to be loaded with local artisans and natural whole ingredient foods, but it totally misses the mark instead loaded with Chinese made trinkets and restaurants with nothing special cooking...More
First of all, this beach is privately managed, so if you go by car, there is a fee of $1 per car to get in. Parking spaces are limited, but you can use the street if you're not blocking anybody.
There is a lot of...More
We were looking for a nice place to get massage, we found 2
One was magical
The lady is super professional,
The little room located at the Main Street
Very nice decoration and very comfortable bad
I highly recommend
Although I can understand the allure of overpriced papusas and beer, the tee-shirt shops and bars pumping banda and dancehall music over each other makes me want to rip my ears off.
A good place to surf I hear.
Search around for accommodations as negotiations...More