Barceló Montelimar Beach
Barceló Montelimar, weddings with tropical character
Nicaragua, Rest of America
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Montelimar, a warm and havenly place

Surrounded by beautiful and exotic vegetation, the Barceló Montelimar Beach is located on the fine sand beach it gets its name from, on Nicaragua’s west Pacific coast.  Less than an hour from the country’s capital, Managua, and the main airport, this resort reveals a wonderful natural enclave where you can seal your love on your wedding day.

This area of the Central American isthmus, bathed by the currents of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, enjoys a pleasant climate with warm temperatures and sunny weather for much of the year. Despite being in the shadow of other more popular destinations on the continent, Nicaragua reveals itself to be a great destination for wedding and starting a beautiful and adventurous honeymoon.

Nicaragua offers and endless array of sites and traditions to discover, such as the former colonial cities of Granada, Masaya and León, its varied handcrafts, its rich cuisine, and the friendliness of its people. Another attraction of this trip is the rich biodiversity that the country is home to: jungles and rainforests, savannahs and volcanic landscape, which make Nicaragua a perfect destination to embark on the adventure of love, which the Barceló Montelimar will make a reality.

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The secrets of Nicaragua

Located an hour from the hotel, the country’s capital is one of the main attractions of a visit to Nicaragua. Known as “The Bride of Xolotlán” after the lake bordering the city, Managua embodies its fighting spirit without sacrifcing its history of colonial rule. Some of the city’s unmissable attractions include the old and new cathedrals, Revolution Square, and sites that are named after some of its distinguished people, such as Port Salvador Allende and the Rubén Darío National Theatre.


Less than two hours from the hotel is León, a beautiful city known for the perfect preservation of its colonial buildings. A good example of this heritage is the Cathedral of León, which is home to the tomb of Rubén Darío, the “Prince of Castilian Letters”, though the city also houses other attractions such as its central park.


The city of Masaya, which means “City of Flowers”, is one of the cities most representative of Nicaraguan folklore. Its handicrafts, including its famous hammocks, along with its dances and cuisine, make it a good small-scale example of all of the country’s culture. It’s also worth visiting this city due to its location at the foot of the Masaya volcano, which along with the Masaya or Apoyo lagoon forms a nature reserve of great value, all within an hour and a half of the Barceló Montelimar Beach hotel.