Malecón El Salado
Museo Presley Norton
This museum, featuring an impressive collection of archaeological artifacts, including pottery and figurines made by the original...
Run out of the guesthouse of the same name, and highly recommended for local day tours including trips to the Reserva Ecológica...
An experienced and well-respected company specializing in ecotours.
A bright spot on a relatively blighted street, making it perfect for a morning (instant) coffee or fresh-squeezed juice ($1.25);...
Restaurant Ali Baba
One of the only Middle Eastern options downtown, Ali Baba serves staples such as hummus, falafel, juicy shawarmas and filling empanadas...
Malecón El Salado information
The Malecón El Salado is an attractive waterfront renewal project that's popular with area residents. There are several eateries and cafes in a streamlined modern building along the estuary.
Locals with kids in tow head to Malecón El Salado on weekend nights to see the ‘dancing fountains’, a choreographed waterworks display at 7pm, 7:30pm and 8pm. The large square just south of the malecón called the Plaza Rodolfo Baquerizo Moreno is dominated by a large modernist structure. Expositions and events are held here periodically.