“... a pleasant combination of genuine Mexican culture, mild climate, high quality of life, security and economic accessibility, together with a great tourist framework that makes these destinations practically perfect.”
The charm of its location is unquestionable: since the 1970s, travelers from different latitudes have come here to relax under the sun on the different beaches that make up the largest bay in the world. Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit offer a pleasant combination of genuine Mexican culture, mild climate, high quality of life, security and economic accessibility, together with a great tourist framework that makes these destinations practically perfect. In fact, Puerto Vallarta remains one of the favorite places to retire, as well as a second home for many people looking to escape their home country. This city has received several international awards, such as Best Gourmet Destination and The Friendliest City in the World, both awarded by the renowned Travel+Leisure magazine.
Puerto Vallarta is located on the Pacific coast of Mexico, in the state of Jalisco. This charming coastal town is known for its natural beauty, beaches and relaxed atmosphere.
This beach destination has carefully preserved its local culture. The historic center of Puerto Vallarta is very picturesque, with cobblestone streets, terracotta roofs and white facades.
Puerto Vallarta also hosts numerous festivals on its iconic boardwalk, which is filled with local restaurants, sculptures of Mexican artisans, street artists, boutiques and more.
There are several neighborhoods in Puerto Vallarta that you don't want to miss.
Puerto Vallarta ofrece una variedad infinita de atracciones, deportes, pasatiempos, restaurantes y compras.
Aquí siempre hay algo increíble que hacer.
Hay campos de golf de clase mundial, extraordinaria pesca, esnórquel y buceo entre peces tropicales, paddle surf, tirolesa, paracaidismo, presentaciones artísticas, caminatas por la playa o nado con delfines y leones marinos.
En invierno, las cálidas aguas de la Bahía de Banderas se convierten en el hogar de las ballenas jorobadas y sus crías. ¡Súbete a un bote paraverlas de cerca!
Puerto Vallarta es un crisol de cocina local y extranjera. Disfruta de una deliciosa variedad de experiencias gourmet en restaurantes tradicionales y de renombre como Café Des Artistes, 8 Tostadas Estadio, La Dolce Vita, Barcelona Tapas o La Leche, ubicados en los barrios de moda de la ciudad como Versalles, El Centro o Fluvial.Leer más
Un viaje corto hacia el sur te llevará a los pueblos pesqueros de Mismaloya y Boca de Tomatlán. Aquí puedes tomar un taxi acuático para disfrutar de impresionantes playas con mariscos frescos, como Las Ánimas, Yelapa, Quimixto, la escondida Playa Colomitos o el tramo virgen de la Playa Caballo.
Aventúrate unos 40 minutos más al sur en auto para pasar una mañana en el icónico Jardín Botánico de Vallarta. ¡Aquí podrás observar más de 300 especies de orquídeas!
Haz un viaje de fin de semana a algunos de los Pueblos Mágicos cercanos como Mascota, Tapalpa o Mazamitla.
San Sebastián del Oeste es otro destino muy buscado en las cercanías de Vallarta. Escondido en las montañas de la Sierra Madre, tiene un aire fresco de montaña y una arquitectura bellamente conservada que te hará sentir como si hubieras retrocedido en el tiempo. Recorre sus haciendas y aprende sobre la rica historia minera, el cultivo del café y camina hasta el impresionante mirador de La Bufa, ubicado a la altura delas nubes.
Una de las zonas con más vida nocturna es la Zona Romántica, un encantador distrito multicolor con una vibrante vida nocturna que se adapta a todos los gustos.
En esta zona tampoco debes perderte la escena artística local, con galerías y murales pintados por artistas de todas partes del mundo. No olvides visitar el Parque Lázaro Cárdenas, donde encontrarás una instalación artística creada con coloridos azulejos que cubren la arquitectura del parque.
Cruza la frontera estatal de Jalisco hacia el norte para descubrir la Riviera Nayarit, un corredor que se extiende por la Bahía de Banderas en el Estado de Nayarit y que ha crecido rápidamente en los últimos años.
No dejes de visitar los destinos de lujo como Nuevo Vallarta, Bucerías, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle y Punta Mita (conocida por sus propiedades inmobiliarias de alta gama y sus emblemáticos campos de golf). Descubre playas de arena suave, cocina mundial y todo tipo de compras, desde vendedores ambulantes hasta alta costura.
Conduce más al norte durante unos 45 minutos y llegarás al pueblo de surf de Sayulita. Sayulita es mundialmente conocida como el destino hippie-chic con un ambiente relajado y olas grandes durante todo el día. Pasando Sayulita se encuentran San Pancho, Rincón de Guayabitos y Lode Marcos, otros pueblos de playa con increíbles paisajes naturales.
Luxury shopping malls, craft markets, music and film festivals, art events, water sports, adrenaline-filled activities, yacht rides to watch the sunset, diving with colorful fish... in Los Cabos there's always something incredible to do.
No matter your age or what you like to do, in this fabulous destination you'll find something to fill you with emotion and make you live an unforgettable experience.
Los Cabos is known for having some of the most beautiful beaches in Mexico. Some are ideal for swimming in their warm, calm waters, while others are a better option for diving, sailing or even surfing.
22 of its beaches have the “Blue Flag” designation, one of the most valued ecological awards in the world that is only granted under strict environmental, safety and accessibility criteria.
The region's cuisine is irresistible, based mainly on fresh seafood. Of course, there's no shortage of local options with traditional Mexican restaurants, but Los Cabos is so charming that renowned chefs from all over the world have opened exclusive restaurants here.
Don't miss the gastronomic experiences offered by restaurants such as Lumbre, Agave Handcrafted Kitchen, El Aguamala Cevichería, Don Sánchez, Cocina de Autor and La Félix (a food truck that is located on the road to Todo Santos). All of them are quite a culinary poem.
Los Cabos is literally a paradise for golf lovers. The wonderful natural environment of this destination is home to more than 18 world-class golf courses, making it the golf capital of Latin America.
The El Dorado golf course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, is considered one of the best in the world and is a big favorite of Hollywood celebrities who own properties in Los Cabos.
The Sea of Cortez that bathes the beaches of Los Cabos has an extensive and surprising marine life. In fact, the famous French explorer, Jacques Cousteau, called it the “aquarium of the world”.
Of course, snorkeling or diving in its waters is a must, as you can observe the diverse marine fauna that lives here. Cabo Pulmo, located in Cabo del Este, has one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world! It is a national treasure that is protected by the federal government.
From December to March, whales of different species join the party in the Sea of Cortez, as they come to give birth and care for their young during the winter. So in that season you can watch whales jumping in the sea. It's an incredible show.
Less than an hour away is Todos Santos, a picturesque artistic town that is one of the favorite day trips from Los Cabos. This place is also famous because, according to popular belief, the Hotel California located here is what the legendary song from the 70s by the American band Eagles refers to.
One hour from Todos Santos, and two from Los Cabos, is La Paz, the capital city of Baja California Sur and home to some of the most beautiful beaches you'll find anywhere in the world.
The Riviera Maya is known around the world for its white sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise sea. Most of them have calm waves, making them ideal for swimming, snorkeling or kayaking. Cozumel, an island situated just off the coast of Playa del Carmen, hosts the world's second-largest coral reef, surpassed only by Australia's so you can imagine the world of colors, shapes and marine fauna that you can observe here during a day of diving or snorkeling. All the beaches of the Riviera Maya are beautiful and have warm waters. You'll never get tired of visiting them and discovering the special magic that each one has.
The Yucatan Peninsula is a privileged area where Mayan heritage and culture can be breathed, seen and felt everywhere.
Near the shores of the Riviera Maya there are a large number of archaeological sites with pyramids, temples and magnificent Mayan buildings that will blow your mind away.
In the archaeological area of Cobá, located 1 hour and a half from Playa del Carmen and 45 minutes from Tulum, the tallest Mayan pyramid in the region is located and from its top you can witness fantastic sunsets that paint the sky in different shades of orange. For its part, Chichén Itzá, the most famous Mayan archaeological site and one of the 7 wonders of the modern world, is just 2 hours from Tulum.
One of the great attractions of the Riviera Maya are the natural and adventure parks of the company Xcaret.
In these parks you can do all kinds of activities in contact with nature, but always with a fun element of adventure: zip lining, exploring caves and underground rivers, taking tours aboard amphibious vehicles, and many other experiences for all ages, tastes and levels of adrenaline.
You may not know it, but it is estimated that in the Yucatan Peninsula there are around 2,500 cenotes scattered throughout its territory.
Cenotes are natural freshwater pools, supplied by underground rivers and surrounded by lush nature. They are a peculiar natural beauty of the region. Many of them are open to the public for swimming, diving and admiring their fascinating environment in and out of the water.
The Yucatan Peninsula has one of the largest and most delicious cuisines in Mexican cuisine. The Mayan legacy can also be seen here, with ingredients, dishes and preparation techniques that have been inherited since pre-Hispanic times.
The cuisine of the Riviera Maya is a delicious fusion between regional dishes and international flavors. Local and world-class restaurants will fill your foodie heart with incredible dining experiences.
As for regional dishes, you shouldn't miss Cochinita Pibil - which is the number 1 dish in Yucatecan cuisine and you can eat it in tacos, tortas, tostadas and rolls, lime soup, Tikin Xic fish, black stuffing, papadzules and stuffed cheese tacos. All of them have flavors that we promise you've never tried, but that will be a feast for your palate.
Guadalajara, capital of Jalisco, is a vibrant city in Mexico. It offers a rich historical culture, colonial and modern architecture, as well as a prominent art and dining scene. Its traditional markets, museums and festivals make it an exciting and diverse destination.
It's only 300 kilometers by car from Vallarta, and along the way, you can make a fun stop at Tequila, home of the iconic Mexican beverage that has conquered the entire world. Travel through fascinating blue agave fields that you can admire as far as your eye can see, learn about the process of making tequila and enjoy some delicious drinks.
Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit truly have it all!
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