- by travelpulse
- 15 Aug 2022
Ecuador, a privileged country located in the middle of the world, has much to offer visitors.
Its geography is so diverse that it offers very attractive destinations throughout the country. In addition to the extraordinary and famous Galapagos Islands, undoubtedly its most precious jewel, Ecuador has a coastal region full of fabulous beaches that offer different characteristics and that satisfy the taste of different types of travelers.
Here are four beaches that no visitor should miss when planning their trip to this wonderful South American nation.
Located three hours from Guayaquil, this place is ideal for family travel because it offers very diverse experiences, especially surfing in its big waves, diving, and places to enjoy long walks during the day, along a long beach of more than 1,500 yards in length.
This place is the favorite of more and more tourists from the United States, Europe, and Latin America, especially for the attractiveness of its beaches and the charm of the town is full of shops, bars, hotels, and outdoor restaurants that offer excellent seafood, at very affordable prices. It is highly recommended to walk the so-called "street of cocktails" reaching the beach to enjoy refreshing drinks accompanied by live music and a party.
In the evening, the streets of MontaÃÂ±ita dance to the rhythm of reggae, and visitors buy crafts and dishes typical of its rich cuisine. The perfect time to visit MontaÃÂ±ita is in the season from December to May, months when the sun always shines and the temperature is maintained at an average of 78ÃÂ° F.
With a splendid climate throughout the year, this city, located in the province of Manabi, besides being a very active commercial port in terms of tuna production, is one of the most attractive destinations to schedule during the holidays for its wide hotel offer and its excellent services.
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