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Salinas, Ecuador is a beautiful city on the Pacific coast. The beach is divided in two sections Very busy during Carnival and most days of the week but a beautiful beach. Plenty of tents and This beach has incredibly soft sand. It wasn't as crowded as other beaches. Fun watching Pelicans dive. This beach is more remote than the main malacon, but we tried to go there around 9: No chairs, no umbrellas, like we were told.

I suppose it is nice if you want to go in the heat of the day. This is a beautiful beach! The sand is soft and white sloping very slowly into crystal clear water. In the off season this beach is virtually empty every day. During high season it is quite a party packed with families, vendors with food and drinks for sale. Tents and chairs are also for rent which gives you shelter for the equatorial sun! A beautiful place to spend the day for sun, sad and water!

Great for swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, etc. This is the best beach on the peninsula with a very wide area of sand, a good long row of awnings and chairs for rent, food, beer and souvenirs available from vendors. This beach is very nice, providing a wide clean white sand beach.

You can get many things from the vendors, including tents, umbrellas, food, jewelry, dresses, hats, sunglasses and many more items. Spend a day on a great beach. Cabs and buses are plentiful and inexpensive!! Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Best beach in Salinas - Playa de Chipipe. Avenida Malecon , Salinas, Ecuador.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago. Reviewed February 20, Best beach in Salinas. Review of Playa de Chipipe. Ask Karen M about Playa de Chipipe.

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Reviewed December 19, More remote than the main malacon. Ask Rebecca D about Playa de Chipipe. Ask lynn about Playa de Chipipe.

Reviewed December 6, Excellent beach. Ask Doris G about Playa de Chipipe. Reviewed November 30, family weekend trip to the beach. Ask macevedo about Playa de Chipipe. Reviewed November 25, Nicest Beach in the Salinas area. Ask Dennis A about Playa de Chipipe. Previous Next 1 … 9 10 11 … TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites.

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This is our 4th year of staying in Salinas a month or two. There are currently 5 excellent restaurants here. Luvin Oven is as good as any seafood restaurant anywhere. Mar y Grill is excellent. Marcos pizza is NY style and great. The Italian Gourmet is pricey but very good.

Salinas gets a little cleaner and nicer each year. I have been to Salinas twice and am going back again this winter. I have been at low season and found it quite lovely and peaceful and the weather very enjoyable. Also, my last trip, I stayed in Chipipe, a suburb of Salinas, and loved it. The beach is gorgeous yes a bit busier on weekends and holidays and filled with families having fun and enjoying each others company something we sorely miss in North America.

The weather is hot and sunny virtually every day! There is also the outdoor produce and fish market just outside Salinas where you can buy most things you need incl eggs, milk, fruit, veg and all sorts of meats.

Salinas is noisy and busy over the New Years holiday and car alarms constantly go off so I recommend staying in a quieter locale like Chipipe if you are going at high season. Just got back from a wonderful month of low season in Salinas. Temperatures did not go below 67 and we hit 80 once. Great breeze off the backside of the Malecon. The Ecuadoreans were salt of the earth, family oriented people that are happy to converse, give directions and tell you how to enjoy their little paradise!.

The streets of urban America are no cleaner than the neighborhoods mentioned in the less than flattering article above. I think for retiring people all over the world it is one helluva way to stretch those fixed incomes!

I like how you used my the Good, the Bad and the Ugly line…. I have lived in Salinas, Olon, Ballenita, Punta Carnero, Playas and Guayaquil over the last 8 years and experienced the off season in all of them. California of say 50 years ago. Anyway…it is true that Ecuador is NOT for everyone and you should take time to really explore to find out what is best for you…not what someone tells you.

Hi Mike, I am planning on moving to Ecuador soon and I wanted to thank you for your information. I am not main stream and I have a fixed income and I want to live near the beach.

What town do you reccomend? Hi Hector and others. Thanks much for all the info on Salinas. Hector, I notice a Miami phone number, but yet you live in Salinas year round.

How does that work… one of my concerns is communication back to US. By the way, we live in Ft Lauderdale originally from NY. Would love to speak with you,,can I call, or you can call me at Opinions on Salinas are as mixed as the weather.

My wife and I spent most of this past May in Salinas as well as a few other towns to the north along the coast. The beaches were not crowded, there were lots of wide open spaces to lay out and relax. The water was great, not to warm, not too cool. It was nice and clear and seemed to be very clean. We did not notice any lack of vendors or many businesses that were shuttered for the season.

We ate some of the best meals right along the malecon and managed to down an awful lot of delicious pilsner light…. We met so many American and Canadian ex-pats, and a few have become good friends. Here we enjoyed some live music, delicious drinks, beef on a bun. Here, I met Mike Sager who happened to be playing in the band. The music was great. Our off season experience was fantastic. The only wrinkle we had was when we were up in Puerto Lopez for a couple of days…something we ate definitely did not agree with either of us.

We paid the price for the next 5 days. Shut one eye and this is an increadable place… Open the other and you could be in Lagos Nigeria. I want to make my way down to the beach areas, was thinking of Manta, has anyone got info about the place. We just came from manta. All I can say is what a dump!

Not much to do. Few good restaurants and not much beach. Go and see for yourself I think you wil be disappointed Richard. I agree and disagree with you guys. Salinas is like any other beach town, crowded in vacation times and quite during off season. However, one thing that Salinas bits all other towns is the quality of food and prices.

Hotels and apartment price are no near comparison with other beach towns, prices are very low and very expensive; it is only what you can afford. When you are in Salinas tried to learn more about the town, the Malecon is not only Salinas. My wife and I have been to Salinas several times in the past few years. I have no comment on the weather except to say that I live in Vancouver, B. Salinas is like no other place on earth. We purchased a condo this year, sq. The cost of living is one of the best features of the city.

Every city has bad areas. I bought for all the right reasons, good weather, low prices, no stress. The good, the bad, the ugly…. I am also from Vancouver Richmond actually. We are contemplating living in Salinas 6 months but need to visit there first.

I would really like to talk to you if you would not mind. Have a few questions and it is always good to talk to someone that knows. I hope we can get in touch either via Facebook or thru here. Hi David, My Husband and I are talking about moving down to Ecuador but not really sure what city yet.

Can you tell us more about Salinas? Hi David Willson I enjoyed your comment. I live in Kelowna and am very familiar with Vancouver. I have just retired and am considering buying a second home for a winter retreat.

It will be nice to get insights from someone with a balanced view and who knows the Salinas beach area and condo scene.

I hope to hear from you David. Hi David, I am from Montreal , and planing to go Jan. David, I am possibly looking to spend a week Jan17th to Jan24th in salinas. I am spending the prior week in Canoa. There are 4 of us, my wife and a friend and his wife. Would you have an interest in renting your condo that week? If so how much? Our Reno was total, ceilings, floors, walls, kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, white furniture, on and on.

We will eventually live there. But, thanks for the interest. Things must be changing in Salinas since you were last here in the off season. We were in Salinas in August and September of and every good restaurant was open and fairly busy. Not crowded but not full. The streets were full and the noise level was high. The beaches were pleasant and not nearly as crowded as now. Made many friends Americans, Canadians and Ecuadorias. We decided we would like to live here so we came back in November to check out Salina in the high season.

I recommend anyone that wants to live in Ecuador start off in Salinas and visit the surrounding areas like Playas, Montanita, Ayanque, etc. My wife and I bought a place on the Malecon in Salinas in March, and have visited several times in preparation for moving there full-time in just a few days.

I agree wholeheartedly that Salinas and really, Ecuador is not for everyone. If you come there expecting everything to be wonderful, easy, perfect and without a problem in the world, you will indeed be disappointed. We find the lifestyle and availability of fresh fruits, vegetables and seafood to be the major factor for us. There is a Mi Commiseriata sp, sorry! I suppose that is a subjective thing, but really, the temperature is rarely above 90 or below 65 at night. Usually more like between in high season, in low.

Climate is in the thermostat of the beholder, I suppose. We have found Ecuador in general and Salinas in particular to be a study in contrasts, agreed. But if you are willing to relax and live with Ecuador instead of trying to force it into a notion that it must be like Hawaii, or Southern California, or whatever, I think you will find it one of the most interesting and affordable places to live. Jim, I enjoyed reading your post. My wife and I have been in Salinas several times during the renovation of our condo purchase in We will be living there full time beginning December 3rd, I would like to meet you if possible.

We have several Ecuadorian friends and think it would be nice to meet a few North Americans. Please let me know by e-mail how to get in touch with you. The economics, weather and people is where its at. Currently in Venice FL,formerly Sarasota. Have lived in Canoa in and ran coast south to Montanita.. Hi Robert, I am from the east bay and I am retiring to Salinas. I want to thank you for your input and maybe we will run in to each other in Salinas. I am so excited to be moving there! Vaya con Dios y gracias.

I would love any information that anyone who is in Salinas can provide. We are gearing up to visit this fall, October and probably move next year. I have not been, but my husband has. We would love to find a reasonable place to stay for probably 3 weeks. Please contact me here or facebook and thank you in advance!!

We would also like to be able to rent out our place during the summer months. We are also interested in sailing, as in sailboats with sails! Any information would be gratefully received!!!

What cities do expats fly in and out of? Is travel within the country safe? Hi Joyce, thanks for taking the time to comment. This airport has international and domestic flights from Guayaquil, Ecuador and is km from the center of Salinas, Ecuador. As in all Latin America countries there is crime, but keeping your self safe is easy… here are the recommendations from the USA Embassy in Ecuador.

The country is only is as safe as you can make it. If yout from the States where everyone has guns…. Its a beautiful country with mostly very nice people. My wife and I are currently in Ecuador just north of Montanita in a private rental home on the beach, we too are from B. C Nelson, people here are very nice, no one bothers you like in mexico, weather has been awesome, this is our first time in south america, been every where in Mexico, and feel safer here,not many english speaking people here but we are going to visit Salinas tomorrow.

I would be really interested to hear from you how your trip went and some in depth information. This area seems really interesting as do some others. We are presently listing our home and plan to head for Ecuador to check it out as soon as it sells. We live in Grand Forks so you are not too far away and understand the comparisons in weather etc. The only thing that I can tell you is that Salinas is the place to live, since I was a little child I dreamed to live there and one they I will.

Let me know how I can get in touch with you and perhaps we can meet. Hi there, just wanted to tell you, I loved this article. George, there are several options for living in Ecuador. Check out our Ecuador page and our post on Salinas. Hope this helps in your search. Im planing to move to salinas in August of this year. Can anyone tell me how much is to rent a house or to rent an apartment or condo over there..

Hi Gina, me too! I am so excited to be moving there!! I am on a plane going to Quito as I type this. Land April 18 Want to see the town and work my way down To salinas. Looking for a place for a month or two. Want to fit in upper amazon and Galapagos. Need to be back in California first week of August. I am a singe retired man. I am very well traveled. My dates are open. Feel like I need to add to this thread in regards to my experience in Ecuador.

First things first when it comes to traveling abroad, the first thing one thinks about is crime. For those of you who are planning a vacation, let me just say that from my experience, Ecuador is incredible, my recent stay was for 3 weeks. What I did was for the first 3 days I spent it with my family saying hello, etc. Let me just add that the best place to eat along the coast was in Puerto Cayo, the food was delicious. Now in reference to beaches, Canoa beach had awesome rough seas, the waves were huge for you surfers.

Ayangue beach is awesome for families with calm waters and activities as well. Los Frailes beach is beautiful just like Ayangue. Salinas is where most travel during holidays etc. The only flaw I found is that the vendors recognized you as a tourist they kept trying to sell you things relentlessly, from clothing, food, eye wear, souvenirs, tattoos, candy, etc.

Hope this helps, and have a great time in Ecuador. A short video I did from my experience, enjoy. Ed I am Richard in Las Vegas. I am planning a trip to Salinas, first week of Dec fore approx 15 days. I am looking to get in an area of the city with action, music, good sightseeing.

Need a ice hotel along the beach. I am a young 71 and still enjoying all the life I have left. Really looking for a retirement location also. Can you or anyone that knows the area point me in the right direction for enjoying all the things I mentioned.

I have been to Salinas 10 times and am going back again this winter. Also, my last trip, I stayed in San Lorenzo , a suburb of Salinas, and loved it. Salinas is noisy and busy over the New Years holiday and car alarms constantly go off so I recommend staying in a quieter locale like San Lorenzo if you are going at high season. I love Ecuador, Salinas. My husband and I are living in Penticton, BC and selling a business here and interested in possibly purchasing a bar or a small Bed and Breakfast in Salinas to fill our retirement dreams.

Any suggestions or information would be greatly appreciated. We were in Salinas before and we loved it, we are planning on moving with our 2 children in Does anybody know what are good areas to purchase a home?

We are looking for a around Jefferson school, Is that a safe area? It is March 24 and the temps have been mids and blue sky all week, with lows in 70s at night. I have been pleasantly surprised by the area, though the beaches are less awe inspiring than those up the coast further. Given my short time here 1 week in late March I agree with Hector moreso than the original review. It is hot, all blue sky, and pretty clean beaches. Just an update on a post I made last year.

I purchased a condo on the penthouse floor in San Lorenzo in My wife and I did a complete redo of the unit turning it into an extremely modern home as would be found in a high end building in North America.

It might be the nicest condo in all of Salinas. Anyway, the reason for this post is to let the followers know that we have made the decision to move to Ecuador before the end of the year. Thus making our San Lorenzo condo our permanent residence. We have spent several months in the unit since the redo and have decided the place, the people, and the climate are perfect for us to make Ecuador our permanent home.

Great place, special people and now soon to be our home. We love the place. My wife and daughter are planning to move to the Salinas area my daughter plans to work as a teacher. Love this post site, very informing. I am a Roving Chiropractor just recently closed previous Clinic. I am looking for a Niche to live for 6 months a year and if I like…. I am well traveled and plan on giving Equador , especially Salinas a look. Proceed to light, go left on Prunedale North Road. Go about 1 mile.

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