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Mizata Point Resort
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Starting from 60 $

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Overview

Mizata Point Resort was created to provide a comfortable, quiet, safe and relaxing environment for those who are tired of the noisy surf destinations.The owner/manager is an American, who traveled throughout El Salvador looking for accomidations that he was used to. Not being able to find them, he decided to build them himself. Mizata is about 90 minutes from Comalapa,San Salvador's International airport. It is a very small, quaint town, mostly populated by farmers and fishermen, and friendly local surfers. Situated halfway between La Libertad and Sonsonate, it has several breaks, the most famous being the point break, thus the name, Mizata Point.

Rooms & Packages

Mizata Point Resort has seven private individual rooms to offer. All have private terraces, air conditioning, satellite TV, hot water and internet availability. Three rooms have King size beds; three rooms have Queen size beds and one room has oversized single beds. All rooms can add an additional bed at a nominal daily charge.

 

 

 

 

1 Night - $ per person - 3 meals included All year
Ocean view room 60 $
Ocean facing w/queen bed  68 $
Ocean facing w/king bed 75 $

* Extra person for room - 40$

 

Surf

El Salvador boasts a number of long righthand point breaks making it a surfers ideal destination. El Salvador has more than just one wave, and the whole country is literally swarming with awesome right point breaks. Although the western La Libertad area is where surfers first migrated to, today locations like Mizata are drawing more and more surfers, not only because of the break, but the quietness and tranquility that comes with it. Even though it is the smallest of the Central American countries, El Salvador claims the highest number of quality point breaks in Central America.

 

With warm water year around, Mizata is likened to famous California surf locations…with two huge exceptions….first, one generally has the waves to themselves, and secondly, the wave is very consistent. The point break is the most well-known of the breaks, but there is also a beach break and a reef break.

 

The owner of the Mizata Point Resort will guide through the local waves or, upon request, we will teach you how to surf.

Booking policy

 

Deposit A 50% deposit to hold any and all reservations is required. Paypal is available.
Cancellation One month prior to your arrival to cancel or make changes to your reservation. If you cancel before one month to arrival, we will give you half of your deposit back.
Payment (cash, cards accepted) The remaining amount can be paid by cash at arrival.

Facilities

 

Outdoors BBQ facilities, outdoor pool (all year), garden
Activities Surfing, Swimming, Deep Fishing, Eco tours
Living area Dining area
Media & Technology Satellite channels, telephone
Food & Drink Restaurant, bar, minibar
Internet WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge
Services Shuttle service (surcharge), airport shuttle (surcharge)
Languages spoken English, Spanish

 

How to get there

You can land at Comalapa International Airport (SAL) that has flights from all around the globe. Continental, American, Delta, and Spirit all fly in, direct, from various parts of the United States. Mizata is 90 minutes from the airport. Mizata Point Resort offers shuttles for $60-$75 per trip, up to 4 people, luggage/boards. Rental cars are available at the airport. All major carriers are represented.

 

 

If you can find cheap flights to Miami, you can take a taxi to Fort Lauderdale and catch a Spirit flight here for less than $ 200 round trip. It leaves Fort Lauderdale at 12 midnight and arrives in El Salvador at about 1:30 AM.

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