This beach lot in a private residential development is located in La Libertad. It is surrounded by mountains with a pleasant climate. It offers its residents easy access to the beach and amazing surf, along with tranquility and access to nature. Ideal land to build a small Villa with Bungalows or to build a beach house with rental or Airbnb potential.
Across the street and a couple of minutes away you will have access to El Sunzal beach. You have some excellent surfing spots with panoramic views to enjoy the sea, nearby restaurants: Betos, Cadejo, La Curva de Don Gere, Olor de Mar, Ours, among others.
Sunzal features a point-break that never stops. 250 yards of peeling bliss, with some of the best carving walls on the Pacific. El Salvador’s most consistent wave is “rippable” on any board.
There are no restrictions on foreigners buying urban land. Foreigners should be aware of the need to be cautious about property rights. All property is registered in the Instituto Libertad y Progreso, a state-owned registry that clearly identifies the owner of the property. The accuracy of this registry, which is currently being computerized, makes property insurance obsolete. This type of registry is considered a safe way to guarantee ownership. Complete Article on a Foreigner Buying Property in El Salvador
In the earliest days of El Salvador surf travel, Sunzal was the country’s crown jewel. By the early 1970s, images began floating back to surf magazines in the U.S. that depicted green, flawlessly peeling right peaks stacked to the horizon. The Sunset Beach comparisons flowed liberally.
El Tunco, the little village just on the south side of the river mouth has transformed from a rough backwater to a trendy vacation spot for locals and travelers alike. Laid back during the week and absolutely pulsing on the weekends. Couple the tourist-friendly atmosphere of Tunco with the user-friendly peaks of Sunzal and you’ve got a recipe for one helluva stew in the line-up. Young local rippers to giggly Danish backpacker girls out for their first session… and everything in-between.
The wave itself is a great experience. From a distance it is easy to see how the Sunset comparisons came about, but in the water you’ll quickly realize the two are distant cousins. Because its broad cobble reef juts so much farther out into the ocean than the rest of the nearby coast, Sunzal will suck in every bit of swell out there. The point is sharply angled and relatively deep, which means the wave will retain its shape in all but the largest of swells, but will also be soft and riddled with fat sections. As a result, Sunzal is Salvador’s funnest waves for both longboarders and, when it’s small, beginners. If everywhere else is flat, Sunzal will almost always have something to offer.