Coctelaria Irma y pescina (Restaurant/ Camp/ Pool) | Informal Campsite

El Salvador

Details

Verified:
over 4 years ago
Altitude:
7.7 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Unknown
Wifi:
Unknown
Kitchen:
Unknown
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Unknown
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown

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Description

Owner Dona Irma has a great little place with pool and ceviches, fried fish, cervesas etc. It is on the lagoon directly across from the Inlet at Barra Santiago. Very neat, clean and tidy place. She is welcoming campers and Overlanders. If you eat and drink here you may be able to camp for free, that is up to you! Please, be respectful , don't expect to camp for free if you don't spend some money here! She is very nice and runs a nice place here. Very safe, nice grassy areas ,and she keeps the pool clean! Showers and restrooms here and some electric, can get water to fill tanks. Her sons have a boat that will take you over to the playa to surf, for a small fee, or you can paddle across. At lower tides you can walk to the northern beach. The place is a little hard to find but worth it. We had no problem with our rig 32' l x 12'h enough room to maneuver here. Oh and lots of animals here turkeys ducks dogs and chickens.

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13,71467 -90,04057

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A very nice place! We spent here our two last nights in El Salvador. The animal refugee agreed by government is growing quickly. They need money to take care animals but they don't ask anything to camp or park. We were there during the first week end of the Semana Santa holidays. A lot of families during the day but really quiet after 7 PM.
Sympathique bivouac en bord de mer. Endroit très propre et bien tenu. Le refuge animalier tenu par le fils croit rapidement. Plages et baignades agréables sur les bancs de sables accessibles à marée basse. Un de nos bivouacs préférés au Salvador!!

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We drove straight here after crossing the border from Guatemala. It was a good choice :-) it was very relaxing, we stayed for 2 nights. They have a restaurant, swimming pool, small place with animals and a view to the sea with hammocks. They were really nice, had little conversation with Hugo the son(very little Spanish and viceversa with his English), still we had a good time exchanging few words with the family.

We took lunch(sadly we are vegetarian...best for people who enjoy seafood ) & breakfast was good. We paid extra 13$ the next day thinking of some fruits for the cute monkeys.

Recommend the place!

🔺dirt road for 3.5km but large.

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Super relaxed place where they didnt even charge us to stay. we arrived by night and didnt like the place up west a bit more too party and dirty looking. We made sure to eat and have some drinks there for their amazing hospitality. They have what looks like a little zoo with monkeys, deer, turkeys, pheasants etc because the son of Irma (Hugo) rescues them from inhabitable living environments. pool, shade, showers, ok bathrooms, and calm ocean. recommended! be respectful and dont be a cheap-o trying to take advantage. good people.

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Owner Dona Irma has a great little place with pool and ceviches, fried fish, cervesas etc. It is on the lagoon directly across from the Inlet at Barra Santiago. Very neat, clean and tidy place. She is welcoming campers and Overlanders. If you eat and drink here you may be able to camp for free, that is up to you! Please, be respectful , don't expect to camp for free if you don't spend some money here! She is very nice and runs a nice place here. Very safe, nice grassy areas ,and she keeps the pool clean! Showers and restrooms here and some electric, can get water to fill tanks. Her sons have a boat that will take you over to the playa to surf, for a small fee, or you can paddle across. At lower tides you can walk to the northern beach. The place is a little hard to find but worth it. We had no problem with our rig 32' l x 12'h enough room to maneuver here. Oh and lots of animals here turkeys ducks dogs and chickens.

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