From beaches covered with palm trees and gigantic cliffs that rise over deep caverns, to the green forests of Mangle or the dry tropical forests, the 1,600 km (1,000 miles) of beaches become endless on the Coast of Ecuador.
Bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean and with a warm tropical climate throughout the year, this region is recognized by fans of water sports, in particular by surfers, and by those who love the beach and nature.
In the depth of the territory away from the beaches are, in turn, picturesque towns known for their local cuisine and crafts. The thriving city of Guayaquil, the historical sites and kilometers of cocoa plantations, bananas, palm trees and rice, complement the richness of the coast whose endless golden sunsets burst capriciously.
DESTINATIONS OF THE PROVINCE
Guayaquil is located at the south coast of the Pacific, on the banks of the majestic Guayas River and crossed by several estuaries such as El Salado. “La Perla del…Read more
Salinas is one of the most important spas in Ecuador and the most visited in the province of Santa Elena. The city is known for its beautiful beaches and also…Read more
Montañita, included in the World Network of Surf Cities in 2016 (WSCN), is a favorite area for national and international tourists to practice this sport. In the streets of this…Read more
It is the center of Afro-Ecuadorian culture. A colorful and vibrant city where nightlife shows the idiosyncrasy of its people. The Central Bank Museum maintains a sample of the rich…Read more
Located at 1200 masl with a pleasant climate (24.0ºC), it has two defined seasons: winter, December to May and summer, June to November. In it you discover a city of…Read more
Machalilla National Park
The Machalilla National Park is one of the most extensive protected areas of the Ecuadorian coast that is located in Manabí and that includes the cantons of Montecristi, Jipijapa and…Read more