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The country's capital, Guatemala City, sits around 90 kilometres to the north of Las Lisas.
Spend some time taking in ocean views at San Jose Beach or Sunzal Beach.
Escape on an adventure to some nearby natural attractions. 25 kilometres out of Las Lisas, Parque Hawaii is just waiting to be experienced. Biotopo Monterrico-Hawaii, 25 kilometres away, is another fabulous spot to hang out in the outdoors.
Be sure to visit Las Lisas Playfield to see if anything catches your eye.
Want to venture outwards a little? Buena Vista is 11 kilometres to the west of Las Lisas and El Hawaii is 20 kilometres to the west. Hop in the car and discover what's going on out there!
Locals often make the journey to Santa Maria de Jesus. This place is 95 kilometres to the northwest and pretty close to Central Park, Antigua Guatemala Cathedral and the Antigua Guatemala Colonial Art Museum. If you're staying a little while, don't forget about the Santa Clara Convent and the Las Capuchinas Convent.
Whether you enjoy the thrill of Michelin stars or devouring a snack from a street cart, tasting the local food and drink is perhaps the best thing about travel. So why not give your taste buds a treat by trying some of the area's delicious offerings?
A meal here tends to include beans (frijoles) and chicken, two essential elements for which the region is famous for dishing up.
Ask a local for some food suggestions and chiles rellenos (bell peppers stuffed with meat and vegetables) will likely be among the first things they point you to. Gallo en chicha (chicken stew) is another iconic local food you might like to try.
'Stressed' spelled backwards is 'desserts', and that's not just a coincidence. There's no more delicious way to let your worries melt away than with coconut flan, a sweet treat often found on dining tables here.
Feeling a bit parched? Shout yourself to a round of Victoria, a brew that ought to be on your bucket (or pint) list.
There's a barrel full of reasons why you should sample Château DeFay White Merlot or Château DeFay Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot. These flavoursome drops draw wine lovers from far and wide.
When it comes time to pack up your belongings, spend the last of your holiday allowance and say "Adiós" to Las Lisas.
If you're flying back home, it's probably wise to decide a route to the terminal before leaving. From the middle of Las Lisas, you'll need to journey about 130 kilometres east to El Salvador International Airport (SAL), the closest airport.
If you're planning to spend a few nights, it'd probably be smart to book your Las Lisas hotel ahead of time (don't worry, last minute bookings work too!) Presently, there are just 2 places available on lastminute.com.au.
With tried and trusted options like the Hotel Caleta Azul and Eco Hotel Playa Quilombo de Curumbe, you'll be off the plane and into a heavenly bed before you know it.
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