Eastern El Salvador

Eastern El Salvador is a region of El Salvador. This region is bounded by Honduras to the North and East and the Pacific Ocean to the South. It includes the departments of San Miguel, La Unión, Morazán, San Vicente and Usulután.

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Morazan is one of the fourteen departments of El Salvador.


Berlín is a city in the department of Usulután, El Salvador. There is a direct bus, number 303, from San Salvador's eastern bus terminal that leaves every day at 2PM.

San Miguel is the third largest city in El Salvador and center of agriculture and production.

Santa Rosa de Lima is a city found in the department of La Union, El Salvador.

Alegría is a small city in the mountains of Eastern El Salvador. Buses go from the smaller Eastern terminal in Usulután which is next to Maxi Despensa to Santiago de María.

Playa El Esteron is located next to El Cuco, and is one of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in all of El Salvador.

El Cuco is a quintessential beach with dark sands, lined with vendor huts, seafood restaurants and …

Intipuca Beach is in El Salvador, where the river joins the ocean is hugely popular for stand up paddleboarding.

Playa Las Flores is regarded as having one of the best right point breaks in El Salvador.

San Francisco Gotera is a city in Morazán Department.

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