Beautiful and Exotic Ecuador Beach Towns

The Ecuador Beach Towns have some of the most beautiful beaches in South America. From beach resorts to whale watching to party towns, there’s something for everyone.

Salinas, Montañita, Olón, La Entrada, Las Núñez, Curia and Puerto Lopez and more.

Why We Chose Olón Ecuador + Why We Left Cuenca (recap)

Amelia and JP VLOG 195: We’ve been getting lots of questions about why we left Cuenca and why we chose Olón Ecuador over Salinas or any of the other lower altitude cities in Ecuador. In this video, we an answer those questions as we walk around (and a fly over) Olón.

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Tiny Ecuador Beach Town of Las Núñez Ecuador + Penthouse AirBnB Tour (Mavic Mini Drone)

Amelia and JP VLOG 193: Join us as we share a drone and walking tour of Las Núñez, a tiny little beach town on Ecuador’s south central coast.

If you would like to stay in Roy and Mary Ann’s beautiful penthouse AirBnB, click this link to get a discount off your first stay in ANY AirBnB, and we’ll get credit toward a future stay so it’s a win-win!

Here’s a link to the AirBnB featured in this video: Penthouse view from the hill at Las Nunez Ecuador.

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Villa de los Sueños Hotel Tour: Tranquilo Oceanfront Oasis in Ecuador

Amelia and JP VLOG 173: Shell and Marsha invited us to stay in the penthouse at Villa de los Sueños in exchange for recording a real estate property tour video for them. The property is for sale so if you’ve ever wanted to own a B&B or your own private family villa on the ocean, now is your chance. We’ll link to the property tour video once it’s available.

To learn more about Villa de los Sueños or to book a stay with them, visit their website and let them know you saw our video:

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Our Bus Ride of Terror to Puerto Lopez Ecuador (and our return to zen)

Amelia and JP VLOG 171: After one of the worst bus rides we’ve experienced in over 2 years in Ecuador (from La Entrada to Puerto Lopez), we found our zen on the beautiful beach of Puerto Lopez.

We ended up taking a taxi back from Puerto Lopez to La Entrada, mainly because we didn’t want a repeat of our crazy bus ride there. We also wanted to be able to see the beautiful scenery on the Ruta del Sol highway, and it was amazing. The taxi ride cost $20 and we got to practice our Spanish with Carlos (a very safe driver) the whole way!

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6 Mile Beach Walk from La Entrada to Olón Ecuador

Amelia and JP VLOG 170: We took a break from filming and editing the Villa de los Sueños Real Estate Tour video to walk from La Entrada to Olón Ecuador. We had the 6 miles of wide, flat beach almost to ourselves. It’s hard to believe more people aren’t here enjoying this beautiful ocean paradise.

We also had a delicious lunch in Olón at South India Restaurant. The owners are also from Southern India and are good friends of Chinnu and Abin, owners of Paradise Indian Restaurant in Cuenca Ecuador.

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We Need to Be More Flexible: Our Unexpected Day in La Entrada Ecuador

Amelia and JP VLOG 169: We had a whole set of plans for the day, but nothing worked out. It was a good reminder for us to be flexible and go with the flow. Even though we didn’t get to do what we wanted to do, we still had a lot of fun and a relaxing day here at Villa de los Sueños in La Entrada Ecuador just north of Olón and Montañita.

Rosie has moved back to Cuenca Ecuador due to family reasons. She hopes to return to Olón soon!

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We’re Leaving Cuenca AGAIN and Heading BACK to the Beach in Ecuador

Amelia and JP VLOG 168: We’re heading back to the Ecuador Coast for another week of filming at the beach. This time, we’re going to Villa de los Sueños in La Entrada Ecuador to help the owners with a promotional video to sell their B&B hotel.

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Salinas Ecuador Cost of Living 2019 (w/ REAL Prices)

Amelia and JP VLOG 163: This Salinas Ecuador Cost of Living 2019 video covers rental costs, living expenses, real prices for a variety of things, as well as some other common costs of living in Salinas. If you’re thinking about moving to Ecuador, check out our Ecuador Expat Info page for more videos and detailed blog posts.

Salinas AirBnB Tour, visit: Salinas Ecuador AirBnB Tour + A Walk on the Beach (2019)

Chipipe Luxury AirBnB Tour, visit: Edificio Bahía Chipipe AirBnB Condo Tour (Salinas Ecuador)

Cuenca Cost of Living, visit: Cuenca Ecuador Cost of Living 2019: Updated with Real Prices

Cuenca Rental House Tour, visit: Cuenca Ecuador Rental House + Monthly Living Expenses 2019

Salinas Ecuador Rental Cost

House and condo rental costs vary widely based on:

  • High Season, Low Season or Holiday
  • Beachfront, Ocean View, Off-Beach
  • Chipipe, Malecón, Northeast Salinas Beach
  • Length of Lease
  • Square Feet
  • Bedrooms and Bathrooms
  • Furnished, Semi-Furnished or Unfurnished
  • Year Built

Salinas Seasons

The low season in Salinas is from May through mid-December. The weather is cooler (60’s F) and it’s much cloudier. You may only see the sun for a few days per month.

The high season is from late-December through April. This is the warmest time of year (70’s – 90’s F) with a lot of sunny days. This is when all the Ecuadorians like to visit Salinas because the kids in the coastal towns have their summer break during these months. Rents are much more expensive during the high season. You can expect to pay about 50% more than the low season, on average.

The big holidays in Salinas are:

  • Christmas & New Years
  • Carnival
  • Cuenca Independence (the week of November 3rd)

During the holidays, the nightly and weekly rates can be double or even more from the low season rates.

Reasonable Housing Costs

Salinas is not for the overly budget conscious. If you’re looking to live as cheaply as possible, you might want to consider another beach town like Playas or Manta, or a popular mountain town like Cuenca, Loja, Vilcabamba, Cotacachi, etc. Salinas is one of the most expensive places to live in Ecuador.

In Salinas, you can find small fully furnished apartments and houses for rent starting in the $500 range depending on the factors listed above. However, a nice 2 bedroom 2 bath ocean view condo will likely cost $1,000 or more. Some of the really high-end places will cost over $2,000/month.

Unfurnished apartments and houses for rent are very difficult to find in Salinas because it’s such a popular short-term tourist destination. Lots of Ecuadorians own several properties in Salinas as investments that they rent out only during the high season to short-term stay tourists.

If you sign a 6 month lease for the low season, you’ll pay less per month than you will for a 12 month lease because that would include the highly lucrative holidays and high season months.

Finding Properties in Salinas Ecuador

We met with Amy Prisco, a gringo real estate agent, on our visit to Salinas to ask her lots of questions about living there. We plan to use her services when we search for a rental property if we decide to move there. You can search properties and contact her through her website:

You can also search for rental and for sale properties on the Island Estates International website.

Agents like Amy Prisco provide valuable boots-on-the-ground support for people looking for a rental house. They work on commission paid by the owner so there’s no cost to you for their services. In order for them to get paid, you need to work through them so if you find a property you like, send them the link and let them get the details, set the showing and work with the owner or listing agent.

Salinas Ecuador Cost of Food

We didn’t do a lot of cooking during our 10 day trip to Salinas, but we tried to get a good feel for the cost of food.

Salinas Ecuador Cost of Mercado Produce

Salinas Mercado

The Salinas Mercado is MUCH smaller than the mercados in Cuenca and we’re told most people go to the mercado in La Libertad that’s about a 15 minute cab ride away when they need more than the basics.

On our first day in Salinas, we went to the mercado for some dinner ingredients: giant head of broccoli, 2 onions, a caveman carrot and a whole bulb of garlic. The total cost was $1.50, which we think is about the same as Cuenca.

On our second visit to the mercado, we bought: 7 bananas, 2 mangos, 1 pitahaya, 1 small cauliflower and 2 lbs of tomatoes. The total cost was $4.50, which is also about the same as Cuenca.

We eat a Whole-Food Plant-Based (WFPB) Diet, so we buy LOTS of produce at the mercado on Thursdays. Then we fill in the gaps with our local neighborhood fruit lady. We also chop up veggies and freeze them for quick oil-free stir fries on busy nights.

Salinas Ecuador Grocery Store Cost

There are two main grocery stores in Salinas: Supermaxi and Mi Comisariato Jr.

Supermaxi Salinas

Mi Comisariato Jr Salinas

Here are some price comparisons to the Supermaxi El Vergel in Cuenca Ecuador. Each store was missing a few of the items so we couldn’t do a perfect comparison, but this will give you an idea for prices and how little they vary between Salinas and Cuenca.

Item Qty  Cuenca Supermaxi  Salinas Supermaxi  Salinas Comisariato
Bananas 1 kg  $                        1.07  $                       1.07  $                         0.95
Broccoli 1 kg  $                         0.70
Cauliflower Large  $                         0.64
Papaya 1 kg  $                        1.39  $                         1.05
Mango 1 kg  $                        1.43  $                         1.96
Almond Milk 946 ml  $                        3.51  $                       3.51  $                         3.38
Sweet & Coffee 400 g  $                        6.57  $                       5.87
Oats 850 g  $                        3.42  $                       3.42
Raisins 450 g  $                        2.76  $                       2.46
Natures Heart Cranberries 200 g  $                        3.39  $                       3.03
Pita Bread 1 pkg  $                        2.34  $                       1.76
Schullos Brown Rice 2 kg  $                        5.40  $                       5.40
Super Extra Brown Rice 2 kg  $                        2.85  $                         2.78
Lentils 500 g  $                        0.91  $                         0.90
Tofu 1 pkg  $                        2.50  $                       2.50
Pasta Sauce 490 g  $                        2.52  $                         2.59
Schullo Peanut Butter 200 g  $                         3.46
Don Intriago Peanut Butter 400 g  $                        2.89
Jif Peanut Butter 793 g  $                        9.13  $                     14.63
Tabasco Sauce 150 ml  $                        9.80
Los Andes Ketchup 550 g  $                        1.61  $                       1.96

The cost of meat and dairy are higher in Ecuador than in the States because it’s not heavily subsidized by government handouts and taxpayer dollars. Animal ag competes on a level playing field with other food industries so the costs reflect that.

See More: Supermaxi Salinas Ecuador + Paseo Mall

Salinas Ecuador Restaurant Costs

We ate out quite a bit during our stay in Salinas. More than we intended to. And the cost of eating out in Salinas is a lot more than eating out in Cuenca.

You’ll also notice a big price difference between restaurants on the Malecón/beach vs off-Malecón. The Malecón prices were much closer to Denver prices while the off-Malecón prices were closer to typical Ecuadorian prices.

El Almuerzo at Bhakti Lunch Salinas

Most restaurants in Ecuador have a lunch special that ranges from $1.50 to $3.50. It’s called El Almuerzo (the lunch) and usually comes with 3 to 5 courses: juice/tea, salad, entree, rice, dessert & coffee.

Most almuerzos have chicken, fish or cow so we don’t eat those. However, the vegan almuerzo at Bhakti Lunch in Salinas was $3. Plus, the owners are amazing people who speak fluent English!

Bhakti Lunch Salinas

Oahu Açai Bar

Oahu Acai Salinas 1

Oahu Acai Salinas 2

We ate at Oahu Açai Bar for breakfast on the day of our Salinas Supermaxi Tour. It was AMAZING! I had the mango açai bowl and Amelia had the Spinach açai bowl. The cost of their bowls vary from $6.50 to $8.50 compared to the smoothie bowls at Zatua Miski in Cuenca that cost $4.50 and are just as good.

Luccy’s Mexican Grill

We have never eaten Mexican food in Cuenca so we don’t have a comparison, but Luccy’s Mexican Grill in Salinas was so delicious that we ate there for dinner 3 times! They have several vegetarian options that can be veganized and their chips & salsa are muy delicioso!

For dinner each night, we ordered roughly the same things: chips & salsa, 2 entrees, 2 wines and 2 Club Verdes. The cost was about $35 with a $2 tip. That’s about the same amount we spend at Paradise Indian Restaurant here in Cuenca for 2 entrees, rice, naan, 2 wines and 2 beers.

Mario’s Pizza

We had some delicious wood fired oven pizza at Mario’s on the Northeast end of Salinas. They have a vegetarian pizza piled high with veggies that we veganize by skipping the cheese. Their daily special is 2 medium pizzas for $20. That’s a little more than we pay for pizza in Cuenca.

Health Insurance Costs in Ecuador

You’ll need private health insurance before you apply for your Temporary Residency Visa. Once you have your visa and cedula (government issued ID card), you can get the cheaper IESS public health insurance.

Private Health Insurance Cuenca Ecuador

Just like in the States, there are several different health insurance companies to choose from. We used an insurance broker to help us pick the best plan for us.

We selected a health insurance plan through Confiamed that costs $156/month for both of us. A private health insurance plan allows us to go to the doctors and hospitals that we choose. Quality and convenience cost more, but that’s important to us.

If you would like us to connect you with our insurance agent, please drop us a note and we’ll send an email introduction.

Ecuador IESS Public Health Insurance

IESS is Ecuador’s single-payer social security and healthcare system. Once you have your temporary or permanent residency visa and your cedula, you can sign up for this health insurance.

IESS health insurance is cheaper than private insurance (for now), but you have to go to the IESS hospital and doctors. Since it’s their version of social security, it also means you’ll get some of it back when you retire if you’re still living here. The IESS plan is currently $77/month for each of our married friends who are in their 60’s.

See More: Ecuador Health Insurance Overview 2019

Other Common Living Expenses in Salinas Ecuador

Startup Costs

After we moved into our rental house in Cuenca, we spent about $700 on startup costs for it. Even though it was fully furnished, it lacked a few essential things such as sheets, blankets, a nicer set of pots, a pressure cooker, coat rack, knives, heaters, etc. You may not need these things in a Salinas rental because they tend to be more fully stocked for the tourist crowd.

Transportation Costs in Salinas Ecuador

A bus ride costs 31 cents throughout Ecuador

Taxis in Salinas have a minimum fair of $1.00 compared to $1.50 in Cuenca. However, not a single cab driver turned the meter on when we got into their taxi so we negotiated the rate ahead of time. They all charged us $2 except for the first driver who gringoed us because we didn’t know what the minimum was. He charged us $2.50 for a $1 trip from the Salinas Supermaxi to the Paseo Mall.

For transportation options and costs between Cuenca and Salinas Ecuador, visit:


We pay for our own electricity for our rental in Cuenca, but it’s very common for that to be included in the cost of rent here. However, in Salinas, electricity is usually not included in long-term leases because it’s expensive (and optional) to run the air conditioners. Electricity is included in short-term nightly and weekly rentals.

There is no need for AC in Cuenca so this will be an additional cost of living in Salinas or any coastal, low altitude city.


In Cuenca, we spend less than $10/month for propane that we use for our hot water, gas stove/oven, and the clothes dryer. From our observations, propane isn’t used very much in Salinas. Instead, they use electricity for most of their energy needs. That means you’ll likely save money on propane but spend more on electricity.

Bottled Water

We drink the tap water in Cuenca (even though some people say not to), but the tap water in Salinas isn’t safe to drink for us gringos (or probably anyone). During our 10 days in Salinas, we used three 5 gallon bottles of water for drinking and cooking at $2 per bottle. That means you can expect to pay about $20/month for bottled water plus another $10-$20 for the tap water used for showers, laundry, etc.

Internet Access

We have Puntonet in Cuenca and that costs us $56/month for 50Mb up and down. The main provider in Salinas is Netlife and they charge $45/month for 50Mb so that’s a little cheaper.

Salinas Ecuador Quality of Life

We live a very comfortable middle class, low-stress life in Cuenca Ecuador for less than $2,000 per month.  However, we expect it will cost about 25% more in Salinas, or $2,500/month, due to the higher rent, restaurant and electricity costs. The house we live in now in Cuenca would easily cost $1,200 or more to rent in Salinas so keep that in mind if you’re on a tight budget.

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Getting from Cuenca to Salinas Ecuador (by land)

Amelia and JP VLOG 153: We’re visiting Salinas Ecuador for the very first time! After our trip to Quito was cancelled due to the paro (strike), we decided to come to visit Salinas.

While Cuenca is known as the “Athens of Ecuador,” Salinas is known as the “Miami of Ecuador.” Over the next few days, we’ll show you why that is so stay tuned!

Operazuaytur Busetas – the busetas from Cuenca to Guayaquil leave every hour from 3AM to 10PM. We usually make a reservation the day before through their Facebook page for the time we want. The tickets cost $12 and the ride takes about 3 hours.

Luis the Taxi Driver – the owner of the AirBnB we rented lives back in Florida and she has a property manager based in Salinas who arranged a taxi driver to pick us up at the buseta office in Guayaquil. The drive to Salinas took about 2 hours and cost $62. If you would like Luis’ WhatsApp, drop us a note through our contact form.

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CLP Bus to Guayaquil Ecuador from the Coast (Episode 10)

We couldn’t live at Villa de Los Sueños forever and we eventually had to go back home to Cuenca Ecuador. This video covers our CLP Bus to Guayaquil Ecuador from Olón, including the Guayaquil Bus Terminal and the busetas that run between Cuenca and Guayaquil.

We took a taxi from Guayaquil to La Entrada on our way to the Ecuador Coast, but after speaking with some of the other guests and getting more information from Marsha at the B&B, we decided to take the CLP bus back to Guayaquil Ecuador.

The Cooperativa Libertad Peninsular (CLP) bus was much nicer than the other buses we have taken in Ecuador. The seats were comfortable, the ride was smooth and it didn’t stop as much. I was even able to sleep for about 30 minutes during the 2 hours and 45 minute ride from Olón to Guayaquil, something that NEVER happens to me on public transportation.

Once we got to Guayaquil, we took a taxi from the bus terminal to the Operazuaytur buseta office to catch our small bus back to Cuenca.

Other videos from this trip: Ecuador Coast 2018

People & Places

CLP Bus to Guayaquil Ecuador

1 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Libertad Peninsular

This is the tiny bus station in Olón Ecuador from where the CLP bus to Guayaquil Ecuador leaves. It also stops in Montañita, which is only about 10 minutes from Olón on the way to Guayaquil. The cost was $7 per person one-way, which is about double the cost of the regular interprovincial buses.

2 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador CLP Bus

The bus was large and very nice. It had a smooth ride and didn’t stop as much as the interprovincial buses to pick up passengers along the way, although it did stop more than we thought it would.

A Taste of Ecuadorian Driving

3 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Moto TV

These two guys are transporting a large flat screen TV on a motorcycle…on the highway. Think about that for a minute. He’s basically carrying a sail in a high-wind zone. ¡Que loco!

4 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Moto Texter

This guy is on track to win the Darwin Award. You can see in the video that he was on his phone the entire time I filmed him while he was riding his motorcycle on the highway. Dude. That’s a toilet posture. You’re not on the can! You’re on the highway! On a motorcycle! Pay attention!

5 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Rey de Reyes

Religion is a big thing in Ecuador, but I’m always surprised to see commercial vehicles with religious iconography on them. This translates to “King of Kings.”

Guayaquil Bus Terminal

6 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Guayaquil Bus Terminal

This is the Terminal Terrestre de Guayaquil or the Guayaquil Bus Terminal. It’s located just north of the airport. As the crow flies, it would be about a 5 minute walk from the bus terminal to the airport terminal. However, you can’t walk how the crow flies. It would probably be about a 20 minute walk going several blocks out of the way, so the cab drivers make bank charging $5 to drive people the relatively short distance between the terminals.

Guayaquil Bus Terminal

We were VERY impressed with the bus terminal! It was basically a giant shopping mall packed with people coming and going. The restrooms were big, super clean and energy efficient. As usual, the men’s restroom was very quick. It had lots of urinals so I was in and out of there in under 3 minutes. The women’s restroom was a different story. Amelia said it was packed and chaotic, so she opted to wait until we got to the buseta terminal a short cab ride away.

8 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Cab Driver

The taxis are located just outside the north entrance/exit on the main floor of the Guayaquil bus terminal. Our diver saw that I was filming and gave us a pose, making his fellow drivers behind him laugh.

Operazuay Buseta Station

10 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Papa

These guys were goofing around waiting for the buseta to leave at the Operazuay buseta station. Everyone is so friendly in Ecuador, especially to us gringos. They seem to really get a kick out of us, as you’ll see in our videos.

Unfortunately, I didn’t get a picture or usable video shot of the Operazuaytur office, but they were moving to a different location a few days after we were there so it really wouldn’t help anyway. The new office is only a block away, and both are very close (walking distance) to the airport. The busetas cost $12 one-way between Cuenca and Guayaquil. I’m not sure where else they go.

11 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Buseta

We really liked taking the busetas (small buses) through Cajas National Park rather than a big bus. The mountain roads are very curvy with steep inclines and declines so the smaller buseta is able to handle them much better. We took a large interprovincial bus between Cuenca and Machala and the motion almost made me sick. I was able to acquire some motion sickness pills for the return trip.

12 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Mike Wazowski

I bet you didn’t know Mike Wazowski could skateboard! Ecuador is full of murals and I thought these were pretty cool leaving the airport area (more shown in the video).

The Drive from Guayaquil to Cuenca

13 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Bud

American brands are so common here that sometimes it’s easy to forget we’re in a foreign country. The buseta terminal was directly across the street from a Holiday Inn and there was a Sherwin Williams paint store and a Formica store in the same area as the buseta terminal.

14 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Sugar Cane

Sugar cane is one of Ecuador’s exports, along with chocolate, fruits and flowers. This is a baby sugar cane field that was probably planted within the previous month. The sugar cane will be almost as tall as those trees in the middle of the field once it’s fully grown.

15 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Into the Clouds

It takes about an hour and a half from Guayaquil to reach the base of the Andes Mountain range. Then it’s a quick climb to ascend through the clouds.

16 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Cajas

Be sure to check out Part 1 in this series to see more beautiful shots of Cajas National Park.

17 Bus Ride from Olón to Cuenca Ecuador Amelia Head Bob

Amelia is an expert sleeper. I almost never nap on public transportation, even overnight flights. But it’s common for Amelia to be asleep before they close the door. I’m certainly envious of that trait. Especially when I have to sit there and watch her head bob up and down while I’m bored silly!

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