SALCOATITAN – ATACO
SALCOATITAN – ATACO
Beautiful crossing through the Apaneca-llamatepeq mountain range between the departments of Ahuachapán and Sonsonate in western El Salvador, pleasant fresh weather, sites impregnated with traditions and history, a peculiar gastronomy and variety of hostels and small hotels that will make your There was a colorful memory of his time in El Salvador.
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Nahuizalco is a Town that has a historical legacy of authentic Nahuat / Pipil culture, which you can learn more about at your local museum. The diversity of artisanal workshops in natural fibers and wood, show its streets and create the atmosphere conducive to other local attractions such as its San Juan Bautista church, activity at night in the night market.
Juayúa, is surrounded by coffee plantations and natural beauties, such as Chorros de la Calera, is one of the municipalities preferred by thousands of tourists who visit its traditional gastronomic fair on weekends and enjoy its tourist attractions such as its church with the Image of the Black Christ and adventure activities such as hiking, horseback riding, high rope circuits, mountain biking, among others.
Apaneca is characterized by its glamorous mountain landscapes, and pleasant cool climate, coffee forests and landscape scenarios towards the volcano complex; This coffee town offers lagoons, archeology, adventure in zip-line circuits, canopys and tours with all-terrain vehicles, and a wide variety of restaurants and hotels set for visitors to enjoy the approach with local history, fleet and wildlife.
Ataco, in this town you can enjoy the coffee culture, knowing its transformation process and dislike the different varieties offered by the restaurants and cafes located throughout this colorful town, with its cobbled streets that exhibit the variety of local handicrafts, including textiles and handmade wooden objects.