Located in “Las Isletas” on the coast of Granada in Lake Nicaragua are a magnificent group of three hundred and sixty five little islands, “one for everyday of the year” according to the people of Nicaragua. Scientists believe that these islands are the remains of a large explosion of the nearby dormant Volcano Mombacho.
Isleta Icacal is made of two islands that neighbor each other. During rainy season the islands are separated but in dry season one can cross over. The main island reaches a height of over 20 meters providing excellent views over the surrounding islands and the lake. The islands Icacal are surrounded by other islands with beautiful houses already built on. From Granada it takes a 10 minutes boat trip to reach the islands.
Approximately 2,800 square meters in size.