Salinas

Salinas is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Ecuadoreans. Not only does it have a nice beach, it is also a place of comfort and fun!

Young and wealthy Ecuadoreans go there during the holiday to enjoy the clubs and bars. While the more mature crowd eats in the nice seafood restaurants near the beach. Salinas can get pretty empty during off-season (especially during weekdays). Most of the apartments are owned by people from Guayaquil and Cuenca, as a place to get away from the crowd.

Foreign tourists usually have a good time in Salinas, when they are up for a party and are not discouraged by the high prices for accommodation and food.

If you are looking for a quiet weekend at the beach near a small fishing village, Salinas may not be the right place for you.

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Borders: 

In the north Guayas borders to Manabi and Los Rios, west to the Pacific Ocean, south to El Oro and the Pacific Ocean and east to Azuay and Canar.

Population: 

3,600,000

Capital: 

Guayaquil

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