Along the coast of Ecuador, north of the bustling shopping and nightlife of Salinas and south of the bohemian surfing capital of Montanita, tucked off the main coastal highway, is the charming beach town of Ayangue. Hugging the circumference of the protected, circular bar, this is a quaint sea village filled with fishing and pleasure boats, beach-side hut restaurants, and friendly people. Because the bay is protected on three sides, the beach is calm, with no currents and warm water, making it kid- and family-friendly. Not far from Ayangue is Isla de la Plata, known as Ecuador's “poor man's Galapagos,” bringing eco-tourists from around the world to charter boat tours from Ayangue. During whale migration season, vessels are busy taking tourists on whale-watching expeditions. This is the perfect place to create a family vacation spot, or begin a business in the eco-tourism industry. Located just 200 meters from the sea, is this 77,500 square foot lot that currently consists of three ecological cabins, all with ocean views, a covered outdoor kitchen with grill and clay-oven, and covered camping areas. The cabins comprise seven bedrooms and three bathrooms, and have all the modern conveniences you find necessary: electicity, telephones, internet, etc. This property is currently being used as an Eco-Lodge/Camping Hostel, established in 2002, but would also be excellent for a family compound that would delight the entire family.
For a private viewing of this amazing property, please contact Kimberly at 098.621.2688 in Ecuador or 312.985.7703 internationally. You can also reach her at email@example.com.
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