Locations in Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta is a resort town on Mexico’s Pacific coast, in Jalisco state.
It is known for its beaches, water sports and nightlife scene. Its cobblestone center is home to the ornate Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church, boutique shops and a range of restaurants and bars. El Malecón is a beachside promenade with contemporary sculptures, as well as bars, lounges and nightclubs.
Puerto Vallarta Life
Puerto Vallarta is… a day at the beach under a palm-fringed palapa, fine food in a secluded courtyard restaurant, a tour by jeep into the forested foothills of the Sierra Madre, cobblestone streets, red-tiled roofs and adobe houses, laying by a hotel pool while being served cool drinks, a boat ride on the Bay of Banderas watching whales and mantas play, shopping for handicrafts and clothes and souvenirs, serenading mariachis in the plaza, moonlight walks, sunset strolls, fiestas, festivals and fireworks, fishing, diving, sailing—traditional and modern, it’s magic! Puerto Vallarta has been on the international tourism map for over 50 years.
Many feel it is the one vacation area where a single locale features the culture and traditions of both old and new Mexico, combined with sun, sea, and sand resort ambience.
Old Town / Romantic Zone
The most symbolic places on these neighborhood
Los Muertos Pier
In the day time this is the place to sail on a barge bordering the beaches to the South of the city. It is ideal site to watch the sunset, the pier is a modern structure.
Found between the Romance Area and the famous Rio Cuale, it is one of the first neighborhoods to be inhabited in Puerto Vallarta
Our lady of Guadalupe
Hidalgo St. 370, Downtown | Tel. (322) 222-1326 | Services: Mon. – Fri. 7:30am, 12:00pm and 7:00pm. Sat. 7:30am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm (Services in English), 6:00pm, 7:30pm and 8:30 pm
The most beautiful pedestrian walkway in the Mexican Pacific
According to history, the original arches came from a Colonial Hacienda in Guadalajara, after the Kenna hurricane hit the city in 2001, a copy of the arches made of cantera stone was reinstalled one year later by the sculptor Martín Distancia Barragán
Basilio Badillo Street
The “Calle de los cafés” is still the place to enjoy a good breakfast, or a good conversation in the evening, Make your choice between Restaurants and Coffee places.
How do I get around?
Simply too numerous to list, and all around the Bay. The liveliest, perhaps, is Los Muertos in Puerto Vallarta, just south of the Rio Cuale—and the most tranquil is along the North Shore along the road to Punta de Mita.
The peso is the Mexican form of currency. We suggest that you exchange small amounts of U.S. dollars for pesos. Major credit cards are also widely accepted. A pocket calculator can also be helpful when you shop to help convert U.S. dollars to pesos. Bartering when shopping outside resort areas is practiced.Our recommendation is that you use a credit card to give you the daily currency exchange on your next billing statement.
South of town from Mismaloya: Chino’s Paraiso, Chico’s Paradise and El Edén (food service at all three). Also, via horseback into the hills.
El Centro / Downtown
Old Town, or Viejo Vallarta, known for its traditional red-tiled roofs, whitewashed buildings, cobblestone streets and hillside homes. Center for restaurants, shops, galleries and government.
South of the Rio Cuale
Something of a continuation of El Centro. More shops and restaurants, especially along the “Calle de los Cafes” (Restaurant Row), (the street is named Basilio Badillo).
The main square of Puerto Vallarta, flanked by Presidencia Municipal (City Hall) in the heart of El Centro.
A sweeping seafront promenade in the very center of town, a preferred spot for strollers. Site of three symbolic statues: Caballito de Mar (seahorse), La Fuente de los Delfines (fountain of the dolphins) and Neptune and Serena (Neptune and the mermaid). Another promenade lies along the inner Marina.
Open-air amphitheater at the south end of the Malecon.
Colorful name given to an area overlooking the River Cuale in the central district. Site of some of the first homes of resident foreigners.
Former home of Elizabeth Taylor in Gringo Gulch, purchased during the filming of “Night of the Iguana.” Richard Burton’s home is just across the street.
A major seaside area of villas and condominium apartments just south of town.
Small cove area well south of town. Location site of the film, “Night of Iguana.”
After dark, Puerto Vallarta just gets better and better. At the Marina, major hotels offer fiestas and discos, and the new entertainment complex is something not be missed. Live rock and jazz are featured at over a dozen high-activity pubs and discos in El Centro and south of the Rio Cuale.
Las Animas, Quimixto & Yelapa
Three delightful isolated beaches accessible only by boat (tours from the PV Port and by boat available at Los Muertos beach and Boca de Tomatlan. Restaurants at all three; overnight accommodations at Yelapa.
Small town just to the north of Puerto Vallarta. Site of new archeological discoveries of pre-Columbian México.
San Sebastian del Oeste
Interesting old mining town in the hills beyond Puerto Vallarta. Most easily accessed by air. Restored hacienda accommodations.
Talpa de Allende
Picturesque town south of San Sebastian and site of an important annual pilgrimage to the “Walking Virgin of Talpa.” Hacienda accommodations available.
Boca de Tomatlán
Spectacular cove located eight miles south of PV, below Mismaloya. Restaurants; also boats available to Las Animas, Quimixto and Yelapa.
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