• Territorial disputes
  • Administered by Honduras
  • Claimed by El Salvador
  • Area 0,5 km²

Isla Conejo (rabbit island), lies in the Gulf of Fonseca and is disputed between El Salvador and Honduras. The bay was discovered in 1522 by Gil González de Ávila and named after his patron, Archbishop Juan Fonseca. The three countries that share the coastline—Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua—were involved in a longstanding dispute over the rights of the Gulf and its islands until 1992, when the International Court of Justice determined that they were to share control of the Gulf of Fonseca and the rights over the islands were distributed among the three. Conejo Island was however left unmentioned and thus remained a subject of discussion between Honduras and El Salvador.