Located 27 km on the south Costal Road, this destination is an ecological reserve which contains a variety of natural wonders.Approximately 1,113 hectares provide conservation and preservation of its 5 ecosystems.Be careful to leave the area no less pristine than it was before your arrival.
The waterfront Avenida Rafael Melgar is generally bustling with cruise-ship tourists; wander off the track a little for a dose of the vibrant local scene.
Plaza Del Sol, the town's main square, is a popular spot for strolling, hanging out and people-watching, especially on Sunday evenings when all of the locals seem to be out, soaking up the atmosphere.
The ancient structure is only the size of a small house, so keep your eyes peeled for it.
El Cedral is thought to have been an important ceremonial site, and today there is a small stucco church sitting next to the ruin. s largest monument to nature designated as a national park in 1980 to shelter, refuge and protect flora and marine fauna.
Conceived as an instrument of ecological information and education, the Museum informs people, young and old, on the preservation of equilibrium and its fragile ecosystems.