The Colonial City of León preserves its historical center and colonial buildings. Also, there are many natural attractions as well as little known and remote rural areas.

Leon is one of the most important cities in the country. The center itself is an attractive destination due to its museums, art galleries, colorful colonial architecture, an imposing cathedral, and the facades of its churches. The city has many restaurants, local tour operators, bars and clubs. It is also a good starting point to explore the region.

Leon has eight volcanoes, all of which are part of the 'Cordillera de Los Maribios'. The most common ones to visit are Cerro Negro, which is a young, small volcano that offers incredible views and slopes to practice Volcano Boarding! Telica Volcano to see Lava! San Cristobal the highest one! Momotombo at Lake Managua!

There are even more attractions in Leon, such as several beaches on the Pacific Ocean, which are spread throughout the municipalities of Nagarote and Leon. Both municipalities have beaches with infrastructure, while others remain in their natural state. El Velero, El Tránsito and Puerto Sandino (good waves for surfing and a nice estuary) are located in Nagarote. On the other hand, the municipality of Leon has the most famous ones: Poneloya and Las Peñitas. In front of the last one, tourists will find the Juan Venado Island Natural Reserve.

Le lapin blanc needs to be follow! Did you know this?