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Puerto Corinto Beach

Department: Chinandega

Municipality: Corinto (view on map)

Type: Beaches

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  • wim kruit wrote on Jun 12, 2017:

    I came over here since 2001. Last time I was here in April 2017

  • james kenny wrote on Jan 18, 2017:

    we are looking for a nice place to the sea...nov11,2017-feb3, 2018...84 days...

  • ed wrote on Dec 1, 2011:

    Corinto is a quiet town, with a pleasent beach. I like the view from the bay. It looks like Jurrasic park with the volcano in the background. I dont know about high quality hotels, but the people are pleasent.

  • wim kruit wrote on Jul 2, 2011:

    I be there for more than 40 times.
    later on, when I retired (pension) I go to there for the rest of my life.
    I will live with my wife and kids there, because my wife is from Corinto and 2 of my kids where born there.

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Its wide coastline is one of the main characteristics of this beach of calm and warm waters. Despite being a port area, the area has a great beauty, which is why is frequently visited during the Nicaraguan summer.

Nowadays, this is the place where the large cruise ships that are coming to Nicaragua usually moore. Surf, fishing, horseback rides and other sports can be undertaking here. In addition, the inhabitants of the area organize a gastronomical fair in which visitors can enjoy the best seafood in town.

The small town is well-equipped with basic services. There are some high quality hotels and restaurants specializing in seafood and traditional meals.

Also, there are a few interesting sites within this town, such as the church where the remains of the renowned Nicaraguan poet Azarias H.Pallais can be found.

Getting There

If you are traveling by private transportation, you should get to Chinandega first and then continue to Corinto by taking a turn (left) at the city's roundabout.

You can find public transportation to Corinto at Chinandega's municipal market.