PUERTO VALLARTA, JALISCO &

THE RIVIERA NAYARIT

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“... a pleasant blend of genuinely warm Mexican culture, temperate weather, elevated quality of life, safety and affordability, alongside a large touristic framework that brings these destinations close to perfection”.

The allure of the location is unquestionable - since the 1970s, tourists and snowbirds alike have been drawn to the area from all over the globe to bask in the sun on the long stretches of beach that encircle the largest bay in the world.

Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit deliver a pleasant blend of genuinely warm Mexican culture, temperate weather, elevated quality of life, safety and affordability, alongside a large touristic framework that brings these destinations close to perfection.

In fact, Puerto Vallarta continues to be one of the most sought after places to retire as well as the second home to many seeking an escape from their native country. The city has received numerous international awards such as Best Gourmet Destination and The Friendliest City in the World, appointed by Travel + Leisure.

These beach towns have carefully preserved the native culture. This includes the historic city center with rolling cobble stone roads, a blanket of terracotta rooftops and white-washed facades.

Puerto Vallarta also plays host to numerous festivals on its emblematic “malecón”, or boardwalk, lined with local restaurants, sculptures from Mexican artisans, street performers, unique boutiques and more.

There are several neighborhoods in Puerto Vallarta you won’t want to miss.

THE ROMANTIC ZONE & NIGTHLIFE

The Romantic Zone is a fascinating multi-colored district with a pulsating nightlife that will suit every taste.

The local art scene is not to be missed either, with galleries and murals featuring artists from all over. Don’t forget to visit Lázaro Cárdenas Park, where you’ll find a dazzling art installation of colorful tilework that covers the architecture.

MARINA VALLARTA

Marina Vallarta is a large residential and commercial community surrounding a harbor that houses more than 300 luxury yachts and sailboats.

Here in the marina, you’ll encounter some of the best hotels, cafes and restaurants, such as Sonora Prime Grill, La Terrazza di Roma or Benitto’s Panini Bar.

MARINA VALLARTA

Marina Vallarta is a large residential and commercial community surrounding a harbor that houses more than 300 luxury yachts and sailboats.

Here in the marina, you’ll encounter some of the best hotels, cafes and restaurants, such as Sonora Prime Grill, La Terrazza di Roma or Benitto’s Panini Bar.

A VARIED GASTRONOMIC OFFER

Puerto Vallarta is a melting pot for local and foreign cuisine. Enjoy a mouth-watering variety of gourmet experiences atrenowned and traditional restaurants like Café Des Artistes, 8 Tostadas Estadio, La Dolce Vita, Barcelona Tapas or La Leche in the trendy districts of the city such as Versalles, El Centro or Fluvial.

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ENDLESS ATTRACTIONS, SPORTS AND SHOPPING

Puerto Vallarta offers an endless variety of attractions, sports, hobbies, fine dining and shopping.

There’s always something incredible to do.

There are noteworthy golf courses, remarkable fishing, snorkeling or scuba diving alongside tropical fish, paddle boarding, zip-lining, sky diving,art performances, hiking along the beach, or swimming with dolphins and sea lions..

During the winter months, board a boat and journey out into the bay to catch a glimpse of the migrating Humpback whales and their young.

FISHING TOWNS & VIRGIN BEACHES

Just a short drive South will take you to the fishing towns of Mismaloya and Boca de Tomatlán, where you can take a water taxi to enjoy the most breathtaking beaches with fresh seafood, such as Las Ánimas, Yelapa, Quimixto, the hidden Colomitos Beach or the untouched stretch of Caballo beach.

Venture about 40 minutes further south by car, to spend a morning in the iconic Vallarta Botanical Garden, where you can spot more than 300 species of orchids!

FISHING TOWNS & VIRGIN BEACHES

Just a short drive South will take you to the fishing towns of Mismaloya and Boca de Tomatlán, where you can take a water taxi to enjoy the most breathtaking beaches with fresh seafood, such as Las Ánimas, Yelapa, Quimixto, the hidden Colomitos Beach or the untouched stretch of Caballo beach.

Venture about 40 minutes further south by car, to spend a morning in the iconic Vallarta Botanical Garden, where you can spot more than 300 species of orchids!

FISHING TOWNS & VIRGIN BEACHES

Just a short drive South will take you to the fishing towns of Mismaloya and Boca de Tomatlán, where you can take a water taxi to enjoy the most breathtaking beaches with fresh seafood, such as Las Ánimas, Yelapa, Quimixto, the hidden Colomitos Beach or the untouched stretch of Caballo beach.

Venture about 40 minutes further south by car, to spend a morning in the iconic Vallarta Botanical Garden, where you can spot more than 300 species of orchids!

FISHING TOWNS & VIRGIN BEACHES

Just a short drive South will take you to the fishing towns of Mismaloya and Boca de Tomatlán, where you can take a water taxi to enjoy the most breathtaking beaches with fresh seafood, such as Las Ánimas, Yelapa, Quimixto, the hidden Colomitos Beach or the untouched stretch of Caballo beach.

Venture about 40 minutes further south by car, to spend a morning in the iconic Vallarta Botanical Garden, where you can spot more than 300 species of orchids!

NAYARIT TO THE NORTH

Cross the state border of Jalisco to the North to discover The Riviera Nayarit, a corridor that extends through Banderas Bay in the State of Nayarit.
The Riviera Nayarit has grown rapidly in recent years.

Be sure to visit the upscale towns of Nuevo Vallarta, Bucerías, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle and Punta Mita (known for its high end real estate properties and landmark golf courses). Discover smooth sand beaches, global cuisine and various shopping locations - from street vendors to couture.

Drive further North for about 45 minutes, and you’ll discover the surf town of Sayulita. Sayulita is world-renowned as THE hippie-chic destination with a laid-back vibe and great waves all day long. Next door to Sayulita is San Pancho, Rincón de Guayabitos and Lo de Marcos, which are packed full of striking natural scenery.

A MOUNTAIN ESCAPE

Take a weekend trip to some of the “Pueblos Mágicos”, or listed Magical Towns, nearby like Mascota, Talpa, or Mazamitla.

San Sebastián del Oeste is another sought-after destination, tucked away in the Sierra Madre mountains with crisp mountain air and beautifullyp reserved architecture that will make you feel like you’ve stepped back through time. Tour the haciendas and learn of the rich mining history, coffee growing and hike up to the breathtaking overlook at La Bufa, high in the clouds.

NEARBY GUADALAJARA & TEQUILA

Guadalajara is only a 200-mile drive from Vallarta, and on the way, includes a great stopping point at Tequila, home to the renowned alcoholic beverage that has taken the world by storm. Travel throughrolling blue agave fields as far as the eye can see, learn about the process of tequila-making, and get a few drinks along the way!

Puerto Vallarta and The Riviera Nayarit truly have it all!

NEARBY GUADALAJARA & TEQUILA

Guadalajara is only a 200-mile drive from Vallarta, and on the way, includes a great stopping point at Tequila, home to the renowned alcoholic beverage that has taken the world by storm. Travel throughrolling blue agave fields as far as the eye can see, learn about the process of tequila-making, and get a few drinks along the way!

Puerto Vallarta and The Riviera Nayarit truly have it all!

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