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El Salvador is slowly opening new visitors, especially those who are looking for an authentic experience in a country waiting to be discovered. Those who visit will be dazzled by their Mayan ruins, lunar landscapes of 90% of the floor is made up of volcanic materials, idyllic beaches and a welcoming capital that, from Barceló Hotels & Resorts in El Salvador, it is the perfect starting point to start discovering the country.

Visit the Pompeii of the Americas

Only 35 kilometers from El Salvador is Joya de Cerén, a unique archaeological site that shows what daily life was like in the 600 B.C. when it was buried by the eruption of Loma Caldera. In this area, two of El Salvador’s great attractions converge: the remains archaeological site of Tazumal o San Andrés, and some of the more than 20 volcanoes in the country.

Enjoy the National Parks and surfing

Its distinctive terrain gives El Salvador a diverse natural environment, with over 70 protected areas. Some highlights include some National Parks, such as the volcanoes (home to three of these giants), the Parque Impossible or El Boquerón, near the capital. All guests of Barceló Hotels & Resorts in El Salvador have the best access to visit, as well as free access to paradise surfers of its 300 kilometers of beaches and sea beds.

Some of the beaches, such as El Sunzal, el Tunco and La Paz, are just a few kilometers from San Salvador, the soul of the country full of colonial remains that are worth exploring: a Theatre and a National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the El Salvador World or the Zona Rosa shopping. That's why staying in Barceló Hotels & Resorts in San Salvador is the most intelligent decision to ensure you don’t miss any of the day… and the night.

Lovers of authenticity are warned, because our hotels in el Salvador uncover the best kept secret in Central America.