Rancho Alicia | Established Campground

El Salvador

Details

Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
6.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
cotezegers

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Rooms and RV parking/camping right in playa las Flores, as you get down you cross a dry creek (it has water just on high tide) and you go into some palms. They charge 5 per person and 3 more if you want electricity

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Endroit tres agreable. Plage ideale pour surfer et surtout aprendre a surfer. Sanitaires correct. Accueil sympa. Loc de surf pour 5 dollars l heure et cours de surf pour 20. Une petite communaute de surfeur en fond un endroit tres convivial. Acces facile 5 dollars par nuit pour un van et 1 pers. Je recommande j y suis reste 5 jours

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endroit superbe, belle plage, dommage que ce soit cher pour une nuit (20$, pour 2 adultes et 2 enfants de 7 et 12 ans...) 1 WC et la douche est à vue de tous... le wifi fonctionne mais pas beaucoup de débit. Pour le prix les prestations ne sont à la hauteur.

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We popped our tent. Was a good vibe. Lots of surfers here from various countries. We ate food with them and liked it.

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Beautiful place. A local family manage it. We parked the car under palms. At night a nice breeze make it fresh. Mornings are beautiful with no people and low tide. Really safe. Maybe you could feel that a common car won't go by the 10 meters of sand you have to cross...but we did it easily. Is prepared for every car. They sell food and have tables and seats. We reaĺly enjoyed being in this peaceful place. Not overcrowded as we saw in el cunco.
Anyway we went to el cunco for some tacos in a place called nueva sason as other ioverlander suggested. Amazing tacos (2,5 usd three tacos).

We paid 5 usd pp. Wifi is good to work. And showers have an excellent pressure.

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Best option for staying at the beach around El Cuco. We prefered staying here than in one of the many places in El Cuco, you are parked on the beach and have the beach and waves for yourself most of the time. Toilets with tp, clean. Outside shower only but convenient. Restaurant on site, simple but good food. We paid 15$ for family of 5 and RV + 5$ for electricity. Everyday there is a truck coming to sell fruits and vegetables and a guy selling bread as well. When low tide, we could walk to El Cuco in approx 15 min. Decent wifi. We recommend !

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Stayed here for a few nights before crossing into Honduras. Good food, friendly owners, good wifi and right at the beach. Other places around weren't as nice.

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Right at the beach with shades of the palm trees to park under. For 5$ pp we found this a great spot. Only the shower outside worked when we were there. They sell coconuts for 1$ and it's possible to rent surfboards.

The restaurant in front of the campsite sells cheap but good food.

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Still $5pppn to camp, clean toilets with tp, cold outdoor shower with good pressure, only downside is it’s right next to the rooms they have to rent. Didn’t ask how much rooms were but probably pretty reasonable as they were fairly simple.
Coconuts $1, Pilsner $1.50 and they have some simple food options also, a little pricey though. Such a nice beach. The sand section to drive over was small and hard packed/dry the whole time we were there

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Beautifull spot, very quiet during weekdays in lowseason.
With lowtide you can walk to el Cuco.

We camped with our tents and bikes and used an electricity socket underneed the patio outside the rooms they have. $5 p.p.p.n.
The family knows people who can give surfing lessons.

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Loved this place! Still $5 pp awesome beach. Shame we went there in low season but we managed to get some small fun waves!

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We stayed 2 nights at rancho Alicia and it was great.

Dany and his family running the place is lovely and will help you with everything you will need. They run a little shop and can prepare some food for you too.
We paid 5$ pp/night to camp in our va
Coco is 1$ a piece
Surfboard renting : 5$

Large sandy space to park and camp, under the tree. Shadowy even during the day.
Cold shower outside and simple but clean restroom.

There are two palapas with tables and hammocks to chill. Wifi is pretty fast.

The beach is mainly empty and it is has great waves for surfing.

Will definitely stay there again!

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A really lovely place right by the beautiful Las Flores beach. It was quite busy when I arrived on Sunday afternoon, but everyone left by 7pm. A very friendly family runs the place. At night they welcomed me like one of their own in discussions and children’s games. The father is called Denis Alemán. At first the price was $7pp, but he soon lowered it to $5. They have kitchen and serve meals and cold drinks. Definitely recommended.

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We loved this place! The owner and his family is really nice and the beach is beautiful. Good waves for surfing. It was not easy but we could fit in with our big rig. $7/person a night without electricity, $3 for water. Clean toilet, outside cold shower.

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Muy buen lugar en la playa las flores frente al Pico de surf. Entramos perfectamente con un rv de 9mts (27feets) y hablamos con el dueño “el alemán “ , y nos acomodó. Buena sombra , baño, ducha, wifi, restaurante con buenos precios y rica comida. 7 uss por persona, niños no pagan.

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Great spot on the beach in front of the Las Flores break, we left because the roosters crowed from 1am all through the night and kept us up. Might have just been unlucky

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Stayed 2 nights here, still 5 USD pp. Great surf break and camping right on the beach. Rentals boards 15 USD a day good selection. Now how flush toilets which are clean and a semi enclosed shower. Spot right by the toilets is good for solar! rubbish WiFi though.

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Great place to stay in front of the surf break . This place is Run by the hole family and they are all very friendly, welcoming and helpful. They are pet friendly and they always keep the place and bathrooms clean. The ranch is not gated but there is a sense of security all around

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Awesome spot to surf las Flores. Jose and his family are super friend hand helpful. We paid 5USD per person per night. Outside shower and pit toilet was clean at all times. We just managed to fit between his palmtrees with our truck camper.

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nothing fancy but a cool place to stay right next to the beach. perfect spot for surfers. Familly who run the place are very nice. Beers for 1.25 $. clean toilets. Wifi is pretty good neyt to the house. We could make some skype calls.

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Beautiful location and could camp right by the beach under a palapa in tents and hammocks $5/pp. cars needed to be parked ~10 m back. Pit toilets and a really nice shower outside without a curtain or walls. We were cooking our own meals, having our own drinks and not eating in the restaurant as it was too expensive for our budget. Used our own battery as it was $10 for electricity for the night. Surf boards for rent. Dogs ok to come. Beautiful place but we didn't feel we were welcome so stayed only one night and moved on to places with happier vibes.

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We couldn't make it across the 20 m soft sand that exists in the dry season. We parked and stayed at mama cata for 20 usd a night in a two double bed in suite bathroom basic room. Stock up and try to cross the sand. Surf is most excellent on a bigger south swell, otherwise a fun spot without many folks surfing the mediocre intermediate waves.

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Sandy place covered by trees where you can park for a few days if you're into surfing and want to be close to the waves.
The location and setting is awesome, but the owners have not really been nice to us (for example, forbiding us from using hammocks).
The banos were a block of cement over a hole, so we had a reduction of 1$ a day. 4$ per person

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forgot to mention...we paid $5 per person per night

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good place to camp to surf the Las Flores surf break.

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Rooms and RV parking right in playa las Flores, as you get down you cross a dry creek (it has water just on hight tide) and you go into som palms. They charge 5 per person and 3 more if you want electricity

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