Honduras has a narrow Pacific coast filled with numerous islands and islets distributed in the Gulf of Fonseca. Southern Honduras is an area of high temperatures where you can visit with several interests in mind.
If you are want to enjoy colonial architecture, plan a route to look at the churches of Pespire, Langue, Nacaome and Choluteca, most well-conserved.
If you want a culinary trip to taste different flavors, try traditional baked goods like rosquillas, tustacas and quesadillas, local cheeses and the famous seafood of San Lorenzo, where you can discover curiles and cascos (area shellfish) , plus try the original seasonings they give to crab, shrimp, fish and seafood soups.
If you are more interested in nature, there are great spots near San Lorenzo, with bird-filled mangroves to explore, or enjoy the sunset over the Pacific, either on land or from Amapala on Tigre Island.