Amazing ocean-view beach property overlooking Mizata Beach surf break. This property is surrounded by a lush tropical landscape and is a great opportunity to develop a residential and hotel project. Mizata beach is an upcoming surf town but is still very secluded and quiet in comparison to other beach towns.
Mizata is one of the least crowded waves in El Salvador and one of the most consistent. When Punta Roca and Tunco go flat, Mizata still has surf. It has about a half-mile of black-sand beach, giving it the feel of a private beach, yet boasts four breaks along that span. The Point is the most desired spot, with a right breaking best on the last hours of the dropping tide through the first couple hours on the rising tide. While not nearly as long a ride as its sister break, Punta Roca, it offers strong, fast drops with plenty of rideability. Its downside is it becomes almost unrideable over 8-10 feet due to the strong currents and the nearby cliff. Best size is anywhere from chest-high to well-overhead.
Tweeners is in between the Point and the Beachbreak. It works best on a higher tide, due to more water over the rocks. Tweeners, especially on a S swell, has a left, as well. Next to it is the Beachbreak. Same swell as Tweeners, but no rocks, just a sandy bottom. Farther down the beach is The Slab, best at high tide and said to be a world-class break when the swell is big and from the right direction. All waves at Mizata work best on a SSW direction, but do quite well on a S and SW, as well. Mizata works for pros, intermediate and beginner surfers and is a refreshing, uncrowded break.