Some 8 kilometres (5 miles) long, this expansive strand at kilometre 44 of El Salvador's coastal highway is another of the great beachy paradises that this country is increasingly well known for, and an especially great spot for water sports like jet skiing, waterskiing, and surfing - in fact it's a magnet for surfers from all over the world. The offshore rocks support an ecosystem that makes for great snorkeling and diving, too - with a variety of fauna including lobsters and brightly coloured fish. After dark, you can take a stroll and enjoy dinner al fresco at any one of various restaurants nearby, then even linger into the evening in your choice of cafés and bars.
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