Santa Elena is the youngest province in Ecuador and one of the most visited in terms of tourism due to the diversity of popular beaches it has: Salinas, Montañita, Olon, Ayangue, etc.
Its provincialization occurred on September 7 – 2007, thus separating from the province of Guayas and living since then on tourism, commerce, fishing and industry.
Although it was one of the last provinces to become independent, its lands were home to the oldest cultures of Ecuador and all of America.
Santa Elena Beach Map
You can know all this through the Spondylus Route, a cultural and tourist route visited by Ecuadorians and foreigners where besides from enjoying its beautiful beaches, you will be able to visit museums and archaeological sites of these ancient civilizations.
The beaches in Santa Elena are also part of the Route of the Sun, along with those of Manabi.
Below we offer you information about each beach that makes up this province, along with its tourist attractions and more information about what to do or how to get there.
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