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Acajutla is a seaport and municipality El Salvador, and is the principal seaport from which a large portion of the nation's exports of coffee, sugar, and balsam are shipped.
From here you can visit Chalchuapa, home to the Mayan ruins of Tazumal, the ruins include a main pyramidal structure of 23 meters height (the inferior structures are still buried) located in a block and forming two truncated pyramids to the west, it has eight pilasters with chiseled figures. Acajutla is a small town which is popular for its beautiful beaches. Los Cabanos beach in the Port of Acajutla is popular with divers and surfers. Other attractions include deep sea and reef fishing. The forests of Apaneca has unique fauna and flora and is also home to toucans, hawks, squirrels and many other small animals. The Izalco Volcano began its first activity in 1770 and until 1958, it was in almost continuous eruption and was known as the "lighthouse of the Pacific", since then it has been nearly inactive.
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