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Beautiful village, perfect view from the church. Arrived from Pana with a pickup, 5 Quezales. Great ceramic, 2 beautiful stores to buy it cheaper than in Pana or Antigua. Wonderful textile stores too where you can see women and men weaving . Good ceviche place...More
What an amazing trip! A quaint Mayan town with an amazing view of the lake and the volcanoes. The town people were friendly and beautiful. Lots of hand woven textiles and pottery for those who like to take home some local art.
Beautiful quite town where you will probably be the only tourist. Take a 15 minute pickup from the church in Pana, 3Q per person. Make sure it is going to San Antonio as their is another village Santa Catarina just before it that not all...More
Visited here with my wife and young children. We had a blast. First, this town is known for its you need ceramics. We were able to tour the factory and purchase at relatively less expensive prices then at the stores. They even allowed my children...More
SAP is one of the least commercialized of the many towns on Lake Atitlan's shores. It has hardly any hotels or restaurants, and thus (unless you're a potter) is not a prime candidate as a base from which to tour Atitlan. However, you can spend...More
I enjoyed my ride to visit the villages around Lake Atitlan and so I booked another ride ( 42025070/ 48019656 ). This time David, my guide showed up with a road bike and took me on a bike tour from Panajachel to San Antonio Palopo....More
This is a really small lakeside village. Nothing really to see here, except of course, the magnificent view of Lake Atitlan from the terrace of your restaurant. . . The usual vendors, and pleasant townspeople.
Our school group visited SAP for the ceramics factory. We were given an informative tour and were warmly welcomed by the staff. They helped us to paint our own designs on espresso cups, which was fun for kids of all ages. They offered beautiful rustic...More
Sales people were aggressive in this town, and even got angry when we did not buy. One young seller called us "cheap" when were were not interested in purchasing. But most people were warm and shared smiles.
The traditional clothing in this town and the...More