Cockburn Town (ZSA-San Salvador Intl.) Hotels
Cockburn Town Airport (ZSA) is the only gateway to the unspoiled Bahamian paradise of San Salvador, believed to be the first island Christopher Columbus visited during his New World expedition in 1492. A little airport for a little island, it provides basic amenities but daily services to and from Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International – the largest airport in the Bahamas.Hotels in
Cockburn Town (ZSA-San Salvador Intl.)
There’s not a huge choice of hotels near Cockburn Town Airport or on San Salvador, which in turn keeps things peaceful. The petite island is home to a small handful of tropical-style resorts which all offer a similar kind of deal: An all-inclusive stay, amenities such as pools and restaurants, and an enviable beachfront location with shimmering sea views.Where to stay
As the island is a mere 21 kilometers in length, you can’t really go wrong when picking a location. Its main settlement is Cockburn Town, home to a post office and several shops, whilst the centerpiece for eco-tourists is the Great Lake Preserve. Hotels provide the bulk of amenities in San Salvador, along with diving excursions to its many reefs and shipwrecks.How to get to Cockburn Town (ZSA-San Salvador Intl.)
Whilst Cockburn Town Airport only operates a small selection of scheduled flights, frequent services to and from Nassau make it easily accessible for anyone coming from the United States, Canada, or other Bahamian islands. Once you’ve landed a taxi can whisk you to your accommodation in good time, whilst some hotels provide the convenience of an airport pick-up and drop-off service with prior arrangement.