In Santa Ana, you can gorge yourself with pupusas, a typical Salvadorian dish that will drive you crazy. On your way to the pupuseria, you might encounter streets performers, such as people juggling with machetes (yes, really!). And not far from the city, there is a volcano also called Santa Ana that is really easy to hike on. You get a nice view from up there, and get to looks inside the crater to see (and smell!!) the sulfuric lake.
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Paiva Walkways are located on the left bank of the Paiva River, in Arouca municipality, Aveiro, Portugal. They are 8 km that provide a walk “untouched”, surrounded by unique beauty of landscapes, in an authentic natural sanctuary along the brave waters downhills, quartz crystals and endangered species in Europe. The route extends from the river beaches of Areinho and Espiunca, lying between them, the Vau beach. A journey through biology, geology and archeology that will remain, of course, in heart, soul and in mind of any nature lover.