The name Santa Ana , is due to an old legend that the Spanish soldier Nino Lecumberry , in one of its tasks being in danger of death , invoked this santa to save . By doing so , in gratitude , he placed on top of the hill, a cross with the legend of " Santa Ana " .From there , the people began to call the place that was once called by the native Aborigines as " Loninchao ". 
Hill 60 meters high , it is one of the most important viewpoints of Guayaquil, because it allows a visual tour with a 360 degrees , which can be seen to the north : the intersection of the Babahoyo and Daule rivers that form Guayas ; to the south : the commercial town ; east , the island Santay and Duran ; and west , Cerro del Carmen and the rest of the city.

In the viewpoint of the hill , there are special binoculars for tourist use . Cerro Santa Ana , also is a tourist area , access to which is given by the steps Diego Noboa , which has 444 steps , where there are squares, circuses , museums, chapel , lighthouse , art galleries , craft shops , cafes , bars and restaurants. 


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