Open Pacific beaches in a tropical paradise with lush vegetation and a mountain backdrop

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Puerto Vallarta, located on a stunning stretch of coastline, enjoys a perfect climate and a flavorful, spicy cuisine.

Where is Puerta Vallarta? This seaside town, rich in regional customs and folklore, is located in the state of Jalisco, tucked away at the end of Banderas Bay.

Travel to Puerta Vallarta to become immersed in the atmosphere of a typical Mexican town with cobblestone alleys, colonial architecture, red tile roofs, balconies, and white-washed walls overflowing with colorful bougainvillea. In the distance, listen to an organ grinder and waves lapping on the shore while a balloon salesman plies his trade in the square, local ladies prepare food on comales, and sculptures stand proudly on the boardwalk.

While enjoying the distant blue horizon of the ocean, visitors can also marvel at the modern hospitals and international hotel chains that have chosen to build resorts in Puerta Vallarta.

Exuberant vegetation, imposing natural scenery, and thriving local traditions are a perfect combination. Explore the beaches at Playas Gemelas, Playa de los Muertos, Conchas Chinas, Playa de los Camarones, Boca de Tomatlán Bay, Boca de Tomates, and Playa Garza Blanca.

This destination is a natural getaway for holidaymakers to enjoy water sports, jungle landscapes, and towering rock formations such as on the Marietas Islands. There are also places for watching dolphins and manta rays.

Along with wonderful weather in Puerta Vallarta, sport fishing is a key attraction, as well as world-class tennis and golf facilities. Visitors should also be sure to visit the Sierra Madre with its beautiful towns, waterfalls, and tropical areas.

El Faro (the lighthouse) is another special place to visit in Puerto Vallarta. It is located in Marina Vallarta and was declared a historic monument in 1979. Also, the Malecón (boardwalk) features some of Vallarta’s most impressive sculptures, including Rafael Zamarripa’s Caballito de Mar (Seahorse), which has become a symbol of the town.

Puerto Vallarta, blending sensuality, culture, adventure, and fun with a superb sunny climate, beaches, and the sea, is a paradise that should be on every tourist’s itinerary.

Activities

  • Diving
  • Kayak
  • Village Tours
  • Fishing
  • Surf
  • Rappel
  • Extreme Sports
  • Architecture
  • Museums and Cultural Centers
  • Traditions and Festivities
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Cuisine
  • Shows and Sporting Events
  • Nightlife
  • Golf
  • Sailing
  • Spa

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