At the all inclusive hotels and resorts in Montelimar Beach time is not measured in seconds, but rather according to the range of activities and experiences to be enjoyed by our guests during their stay. In a coastal area brimming with so many tourist attractions it is a struggle to work out how many days a traveller will need to take in the flavour, the charm and the essence of Nicaragua’s most colourful and natural essence. For this reason, those opting for all inclusive holidays in Montelimar Beach need only let themselves be carried along by the Pacific breeze offering a new surprise every day.
Anastasio Somoza’s former estate, later converted into an impressive casino with ocean views, is now the site of the Barceló Montelimar hotel, one of the most luxurious and exclusive all inclusive resorts in Montelimar Beach. In other words, this is a tourist complex with a remarkable history that highlights, beyond the important cultural heritage, the exuberant natural surroundings in which the hotel grounds were established.
Numerous gardens surround the establishment’s main premises, in an enclave right on the sea front, with a white sand beach stretching over three kilometres and swept by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. Those opting for this alternative way to enjoy an all inclusive holiday in Montelimar Beach can also benefit from a varied cuisine at any of the four themed restaurants at the resort, attractive swimming pools with bar service, a casino, a club and entertaining shows, as well as the possibility of staying in comfortable bungalows amid a colourful tropical garden.
The district of Managua, where the country’s capital is located, as well as being a noted financial and administrative centre, is a major tourist destination. This is undoubtedly due to the variety of the scenery which can be found in the area, and which the all inclusive hotels of Montelimar Beach has successfully made the most of.
This region has the advantage of being located mid-distance between some of Nicaragua’s most attractive areas. On one side is the coast of the Pacific which serves as the focal point for people who love water sports, who travel to this area of Nicaragua with the aim of surfing, kayaking or diving in the magnificent water. On the other is the Chiltepe Peninsula Natural Reserve, leading towards the interior of lake Xolotlán, and the volcanoes of Concepción and Mombacho, in the south-east of the department, bathed in Cocibolca lake’s waters.
From Masachapa to San Diego, a succession of attractive beaches, which include Montelimar, lead the visitor across kilometres and kilometres of sand, also serving as a setting for wonderful horse rides, exciting quad trips and, all-in-all, everything you travellers could ask for to enjoy holidays filled with activities and all inclusive service.