This route is specially designed for those interested in crafts. The first stop will be Nahuizalco, one of the country's most important indigenous and handcrafts makers. In the heart of the route we find Salcoatitan, and its white colonial church in the Plaza Central. Then en route to Juayua, famous for its Black Christ church, with coffee tradition and an extraordinary climate and nature. Continue to Apaneca, where flowers grow in abundance and the breeze expels pine and coffee scents all over the village. The visit ends in Concepcion de Ataco, a pre-columbian town established by the Pipeles tribe in the heart of the mountain, where locals elaborate colorful traditional textiles and musical string instruments.
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