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Coastal Lowlands

Coastal Lowlands is a region in Ecuador. Here you can find nice beaches, tropical climate and a laid back atmosphere. The beaches in Salinas are very popular for Ecuadorians on holiday.

Guayaquil is the largest city in Ecuador. Guayaquil is a sea port, and its personality derives much from that fact.
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Salinas is a city in the province of Santa Elena, Ecuador.
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Montañita is a small village in Manglaralto Parish on the south coast of Ecuador.
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Esmeraldas is a coastal city in Ecuador, It has one of the most popular beaches in Ecuador.
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Manta is a major coastal city located in the Coastal Lowlands of Ecuador.
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Quevedo is a city in the coastal region of Ecuador. Its population is usually cited between 100,000 and 150,000.
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Canoa is a pleasant, laid-back fishing village on the Pacific coast of Ecuador in the Manabi Province.
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Machala is a city in the Coastal Lowlands of Ecuador. Machala is known as the 'banana capital of the world' because of its central role in exporting Ecuador's bananas.
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Puerto López lies at the Pacific Coast of Ecuador. It is a mostly dirt-road fishing village lying in a bay on a wide stretch of beach.
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Punta Carnero is a beach in Salinas County, a 10 minute drive from Salinas.

Montecristi is a town in the Coastal Lowlands of Ecuador. Montecristi is a small town at the base of a mountain of that name.
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Huaquillas is on the border of Ecuador and Peru near the coast.
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Agua Blanca is a very calm village close to Puerto Lopez and part of the Parque Nacional Machalilla.
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Babahoyo is the capital of Los Ríos Province Ecuador Most bus companies running between Quito and Guayaquil stop or passes through Babahoyo.
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