Omoa is a town and a municipality in the Department of Cortés in Hondruas. Omoa is located on a small bay of the same name 18 km west of Puerto Cortés on the Caribbean sea coast. The most striking feature is the Fortaleza de San Fernando de Omoa, an 18th-century Spanish fort. The Real fort was built in 1752, and remodeled in 1759. Next to the Real fort, the fort of San Fernando de Omoa was built from 1756 through 1775. A small town filled with great history and culture, all in a day.
You will leave around 8am, heading to Omoa, Cortés. 1.5 drive from San Pedro Sula. You´ll visit the San Fernando de Omoa fortress build in the spanish time around more than 250 years ago. The local guide will guided you thru the history of the building and inmerse you on heroics stories. (English or Spanish). At noon, you´ll headed to a nice place to have lunch and enjoy the local flavors of the Honduran cuisine specially seafood, conch soup and garlic shrimp, salads, as well as many more options, (at your own expense). After lunch you can expend the evening taking a bath in the caribbean sea on the bay beaches of Omoa. You will return to San Pedro Sula after sunset.