beach beauty for rent in Crucita Ecuador
The beach and restaurants are only 2 blocks away.. So have fun. Its located in the villa Balsamaragua Ecuador that is gated at nights for your security.This amazing home is also for sale at 219,000.So come check it out and make this you permanent home forever
Mary Ann Conroy
In coastal Ecuador’s Manabí province, Crucita is one of the best options for those who want to live in a typical beach town, yet be close to amenities like quality health care and modern shopping offered by a larger city.
Just a 30-minute drive from the major port city of Manta and 20 minutes from the provincial capital of Portoviejo, the little town of Crucita watches over a long eight-mile stretch of flat beach, bracketed on either side by tall rocky promontories. From the southernmost of these hills—closest to the town itself—paragliders launch themselves over the ocean. The thermal breezes allow them to float effortlessly to the beach below.
Crucita is the top spot in Ecuador for paragliding and hang gliding, in fact, and international competitions are held here every year. During these times and during Carnaval, just before Easter, the beaches are full of sun lovers who come to enjoy the sand, surf and warm, blue-green ocean waters.
Usually, though, Crucita is just a sleepy little beach town—a place to while away the hours at a small bar or seafood restaurant on the malecon…watching the waves with a cold cerveza and a plate of steaming seafood.
Crucita is known for its fresh ceviche and tasty encebollada—a rich stew of fish, onions and yucca that’s said to be an excellent hangover cure. All this can be had for just a couple of bucks, beer included. (Perhaps it’s an excellent hangover starter as well?)
The low cost of living in Crucita—and all of Ecuador, if truth be told—is one of the attractions here. Real estate prices, too, are phenomenally low—especially when you consider Crucita’s proximity to two domestic airports and modern services provided in Manta and Portoviejo.
Our friends say there is not a lot to do in Crucita and that’s exactly why they like it.
“We walk on the beach in the mornings, maybe stop for lunch or buy some fresh fish from a local fisherman for $2 a pound. In the late afternoon we sit on the balcony, cold beer in hand, and watch the sunset. Later, the sound of the waves lulls us to sleep. And the next day we get up and do it all over again…”
|Jan 01 2013||Dec 31 2014||$80||$80||$400||$1,200||3 nights|
|Deposits: 50 percent due before checking in.. balance in cash|
|Other Fees: cleaning fees .$40,,, water will be determined by length of stay,, power also determined by lenth of stay|
January 5, 2014
This place was sold 6+ months ago and is no longer for rent.
Los Angeles CA
July 21, 2013
We have just spent a month in Ecuador, we visited the Town of Crucita( if you could call it that)we saw a Dirty little fishing Village,with no charm ,we recommend you check out Locations ,before placing adds, we loved Ecuador,but some towns are not as presented .
August 28, 2012
The place looks beautiful but when I got in touch with the owner, he didn't seem to want to rent the place! which I thought it was weird! The ad say that the accomodations are for 6 people but I told them we were 5 and he said that was too many people...so It's very confusing.