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The delicious gastronomy is also one of the main attractions of Manta. A variety of traditional tasty tropical dishes prepared with fresh seafood are served at the main hotels and restaurants in appetizing presentations.

Santa Marianita beach in Manta Ecuador

A visit to the Central Bank Museum is a must in the city of Manta.

The museum includes a permanent exhibit room of the archeology of the seven cultures that inhabited the province of Manabi from 4.200 BC to 1.530 AC:

 Valdivia, Machalilla, Chorrera, Guangala, Bahia, Jama-Coaque and Manteño-Huancavilca.

Its main beach, Murcielago, has a modern boardwalk with a variety of restaurants offering local culinary specialties and the region's most delicious drinks.

The In recent years, it has become a popular stop for international cruise liners sailing from the Caribbean to Latin America. city has several bars and discotheques, which are often frequented by tourists, especially on the weekends. In October, Manta welcomes dozens of performers who come to the Chusig Theater for the International Theater Festival.

Ecuador is one of the countries with major biodiversity of the world and great part of this one is in the Galapagos Islands

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