Piura   has   streets   lit   up   by   the   constant   northern   sun.   Its   spas   and   beaches   destinations   are   popular   with   surfers:   Máncora,   Colán,   Los   Órganos, Vichayito   and   Cabo   Blanco   (famous   for   having   hosted   the   writer,   Ernest   Hemingway)   and   Lobitos.   In   the   region   of   Piura   you   can   find   colonial temples   and   artisan   towns,   like   Chulucanas   and   Catacaos.   Additionally,   there   are   magical   lakes   like   Las   Huaringas.   Piura   is   home   to   the   largest dry   region   in   Peru,   the   Sechura   desert.   Its   festivals   include   the   Señor   Cautivo   de   Ayabaca   (Captive   Lord   of   Ayabaca),   and   Catacaos’   Easter   festival, characterized by profound religious devotion. The   department   of   Piura   has   a   varied   geography.   The   desert   of   Sechura   stands   out   in   the   coastal   region,   the   largest   of   Peru;   the   depression   of Bayóvar   is   located   here,   the   lowest   area   in   Peruvian   territory   (37   meters   below   sea   level).   Towards   the   east,   in   the   Andean   region,   the   territory   is more uneven. The Paso de Porculla (2138 m.a.s.l) is located there; it is the lowest pass of the Peruvian Andes. Download regional road map of Piura
Beaches and never-ending summer in Piura, Peru:
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Piura in images
The   department   of   Piura   is   located   in   the   northern   zone   of   the   country,   covering   areas of   the   coast,   mountains   and   jungle.   To   the   north   it   borders   with   Tumbes   and   Ecuador, to   the   south   with   Lambayeque,   to   the   east   with   Cajamarca   to   in   the   west   with   the Pacific Ocean. Most   of   the   land   is   coastal   (desert   and   dry   forest   ecosystems),   and   there   are   some towns   and   villages   in   the   mountains   (moorland   and   cloud   forests).   Size:   35,891   km2 (13,858 sq.miles).
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