Travel to Salvador

Salvador Bahia: two words that embody the perfect dream of escape. Fly into the city of San Salvador and its million and a half inhabitants at the foot of the volcano of the same name. Victim of many earthquakes, it also brings together many tourist attractions.


To appreciate El Salvador is to visit the cathedral whose construction began in 1888, with Romanesque and Byzantine influences as well as naive frescoes. The cultural vibrancy of this destination is underlined by the many museums, including the Guzmán National Museum of Anthropology, the Art Museum of El Salvador, a museum of sculpture, a popular art museum, and the Museum of the City, not to mention two superb botanical gardens. Furthermore, close to the capital is Balboa Park, a park with children's play areas. 


The Pacific Ocean is dominated by a rugged coast with beautiful beaches. North of the coast, discover the Barra de Santiago, a nature reserve surrounded by mangroves. To the south, the famous Costa del Sol sets the standard for surfing enthusiasts. Just thirty minutes from the international airport, it has three distinct beaches: San Marcelino, Los Blancos, and Costa del Sol.

Western El Salvador is a land of volcanoes, lakes, and colonial villages. Visit the pre-Columbian ruins at Joya de Cerén and San Andrés, then continue on to Santa Ana. The city has a historic centre, many Baroque and neoclassical buildings, a Gothic cathedral, a national theatre, and the Museo de Occidente. Students of ancient civilizations will have the opportunity to visit the Mayan sites of Tazumal and Casa Blanca. 


Close to Guatemala, your trip to El Salvador takes you to the Ahuachapán region via the Ruta de las Flores, where two national parks are located: Volcano Park and El Imposible Park. Between the lush vegetation and unique biodiversity, it is impossible not to be pleasantly surprised!

The east of El Salvador is dedicated to ecotourism in an authentic rural world. The city of Alegría is the country's poetic region with texts painted on the walls. San Miguel, a city reminiscent of the colonial era, houses the Museo del Oriente and a regional museum. Continue on your travels to Quelepa, site of the ancient Lenca civilization. 


Northern El Salvador conceals mysterious charms like the colonial Suchitoto with its cobbled streets. Finally, let yourself be tempted by the hiking trails that lead to San Ignacio with its natural attractions and hamlets nestled in a beautiful countryside!