Fishing and docking port of San Andrés y Sauces Puerto. It has two small beaches and a restaurant.
Puerto Espíndola was an important trading port during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; then until the 30s, it remained as an important entry point for goods and passengers.
This place, with its two small beaches and sports port and fishing boats, is a place of great beauty.
Sheltered from the fishing harbor is the beach of the same name, which decrease the strong surge that always beats in the area. It is a small beach about 200 m and low turnout, located in a rustic space with banana plantations and yams almost to the sea.
On the coast there are also the natural pools of Charco Azul, tourist small center of the town.