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  • Granada
    Granada is one of the most important cities in Nicaragua after Managua in size, but it is the first city of historic and touristic importance, it is called The Great Sultuna, for its volcano, formerly known as the Sultan. Read more here...
  • Granada Islets
    Archipelago consists of 365 small volcanic islands (one for each day of the year), located on Lake Nicaragua to 3 km of Granada. All the islands enjoy a lush flora and fauna, rich in waterfowl.Read more here...
  • Catarina
    This is a small and characteristic village whose inhabitants are dedicated to growing nursery, crafts and raising horses. This village is placed at a height of 520 meters above sea level and enjoys a pleasant climate, temperature between 22 and 27 Celsius degrees .Read more here...
  • Masaya
    Call The City of Flowers, as the city where many types of flowers grow in different styles and colors. It is located 14 km north of Granada and 17 south of Managua, Masaya is located near the lagoon of the same name.Read more here...
  • Managua
    Managua, in Nahuatl, means "where there is a body of water" for the many lakes and lagoons that surround it. Managua is the center of an ancient volcanic system is located on the southern shore of the lake of the same name. Elongated, the city extends over 20 kilometers along the lake.Read more here...