In the department of Rivas, 15 kilometers north of the provincial capital, the municipality of Tola is located. Being one of the municipalities with the longest coastlines in the Pacific, it offers visitors a variety of activities and places to visit. In the center of the city’s central park, where stands the monument of “The Bride of Tola” story based on real life happened to literature and the popular domain sayings, reference to this event marking is located the story of a small village where a woman was left at the altar. However, the main attractions of this town are its coast, where nature does wonders with the beauty of the fierceness of the sea. Among the attractions of reference this Salinas Bay, whose namesake community also offers the warmth of its inhabitants. Mention should also beach foot giant, whose main attraction, apart from the wide coast, is the imposing rock that recalls the shape of a foot, and where it gets its name. Similarly, it exists for the ecofriendly tourist, the option of visiting the various private reserves that promote the breeding and care of species of fauna which is endangered by poachers. However, these projects help preserve species and to encourage other tourism with tours on trails where you can appreciate nature in all its glory.