PLAYA LAS FLORES and the wild east:.
Charming, quiet and passionate, one of the most important surf destinations in El Salvador. Playa Las Flores in the Department of San Miguel, just a couple hundred meters away from the small village of Playa El Cuco. Located on the Eastern side of the country, and just before the Gulf of Fonseca, which separates the country from Nicaragua.
Its large light gray sand beach surrounded by greenery makes it a hidden jewel with perfect waves for international surfers. The population is local fishermen, who provide a safe environment, and with the hospitality of the people of San Miguel, this destination is an unforgettable experience in which everyone will feel welcome.
In the surroundings you will find a wide range of quality accommodations that offer air conditioning, private bathroom, cable TV and wi-fi service. Many also have a large garden and swimming pool. At low tide you can take a small beach walk to the nearby Playa El Cuco, to explore the local restaurants and the small fishing village.
Of course there are also accommodations for backpacker, and travelers with a budget to be found around the sector. Many families in the area rent rooms, and offer typical delicacies. Fresh fish grilled or cooked with lemon juice and salt, beans and fried tortillas made and prepared by the hosts.
The adventure on the beach begins when the wave is low, landscapes are explored, new unspoilt beaches are found, or the dinner could be fished. If, however, the waves are a bit higher, the otherwise quiet fishermen become boat captains, who will confidently maneuver their boats through the waves, and always will give the best while searching for the perfect wave to make all the surfers happy.
Vista Las Olas is a hotel for comfort, privacy, and good taste lovers, fully equipped with all amenities, air conditioning, cable TV, large bathroom and rooms with a sea view. An infinity pool overlooking the ocean makes the experience perfect.
The beach restaurants of El Cuco and Las Flores offer dishes such as grilled seafood, fish soup, shrimp cocktails, rice with squid and specialties such as shrimp-stuffed fish.