One of the shore towns that is most preferred in the south of Peru is Camana, known for its beautiful beaches. It is a lovely destination, especially between December and March, with waves that are ideal for fighting off the heat and enjoying the most delicious fish of the Pacific.
Noted for one of the most touristic and efficient infrastructures, Camaná, the capital of the province with the same name, was founded in 1539 by Don Garci Manuel of Carvajal, who baptized the city as ¨The beautiful villa of Camaná.
Before escaping to the nearby shores, one should get to know Boulevard 28 de Julio, a calm and nostalgic route that shows a singular monument honoring shrimp and the crustacean that flourishes in the nearby area. It is known for its flavor and is a hit in typical dishes such as el chupe de camarones. This is a delicious soup containing potatoes, eggs, rice and beans and other yummy ingredients.