San Miguel Vacation Packages
San Salvador, the national capital, is situated 70 miles (113 kilometers) west of San Miguel.
Don't forget there is more to El Salvador than San Miguel alone, so try to allow a few days to savour the region's sights and attractions. La Union, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west, and Usulutan is situated 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northeast.
If you are after things to do inside, it's hard to go past El Salvador's history museums. These are ideal places to learn about the region's culture and perhaps find a special souvenir or two.
Pack your gear or rent it on the spot, and get out onto the water. Surfing is one option. Another one is tubing.
Try common El Salvador dishes or beverages and get to the heart of the local culture. Chicken and also beef are popular ingredients here. Favorite local specialties include tipico salvadoreno (eggs, cheese, tortillas) and casamiento (rice and black beans), but naturally there are many other fine dishes for foodies to try. To complete your typical local dining experience, you can't go past pastelitos (small stuffed pastries). If you are feeling brave, have a vinagre de piña (fermented pineapples and water), a popular local drink. If you are after a refreshing drink, kolachampan (sugar-cane soft drink) is a good option.
When it's finally time to put away your camera and say "Adiós", you'll have heaps of photos, mementos and memories to last a lifetime.
Accommodation in San Miguel
San Miguel features various business and tourism accommodation to suit both families and individuals. Using our lodging guide visitors can choose from 10 San Miguel hotel listings.
If you're searching the premium end of the scale, you're sure to find a comfortable bed at the Comfort Inn Real San Miguel, at Final Alameda Roosevelt, or the Hotel Los Mangos, at Playa Los Mangos. Other places that have received good reviews are the Puerto Barillas Marina & Lodge and the Las Flores Resort.