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The beach of Puerto Lopez, Ecuador
Ecuador

Puerto López (16,000 inhabitants) is a small fishing village set in an arched bay on the Pacific coast in the EcuadorianManabí Province. Puerto Lopéz is the Machalilla National Park headquarters. The main industries include fishing and ecotourism. The street closest to the beach has many restaurants, cabanas that provide drinks, and some nightclubs.

Fishing is an important activity in Puerto Lopéz. In local waters there are Amberjack, dolphin, wahoo, marlin, and tuna of many different species.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Lopez

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