Puerto Vallarta Maps
The State of Jalisco, Mexico is the cultural home world-renowned Mariachi music and Tequila made fron the Agave plant native to this area. Jalisco is also the top producer bananas, papayas, pineapple and delicious mangos in all of Mexico. Here you will find quaint villages and modern beach resort destinations.
In the North Cost
area of Riviera Nayarit Mexico
, you will find pristine beaches, tranquil locations and countless large and small vacation accommodation options with a more traditional Mexican atmosphere. The north coast is an ideal place to get away from it all. To get there from Puerto Vallarta
, you can take any gray bus, which usually departs every 30 minutes from downtown centro for various destinations. By car, take the highway for Tepic. The exits toward the beaches are well marked, so you won’t have any trouble finding them. All are accessible by car.
A developing community with increasing popularity, catering for budget accommodations and long term rentals, many offering ideal beachfront locations. Local shops and services make Bucerias accessible to everyone, but it is still close enough to enjoy the best that Puerto Vallarta has to
Rapidly being acknowledged as a destination in its own right, the great choice of hotels and resorts guarantees that Nuevo Vallarta can cater to everybody's vacation tastes and styles.
The marina is home to some of the finest hotels in Puerto Vallarta and offers shopping and restaurants of a similar standard. With over 400 private slips this is a perfect destination for international yachtsmen and land-based vacationers
The hotel zones in Puerto Vallarta offer mainly beachfront locations and are large resorts with great facilities. Whilst there is a wealth of local activities and restaurants nearby you can get everything at your resort, this location offers easy access to the center and old town
With the Malecon at its heart, the downtown area is always buzzing with activity. Offering a huge spectrum of shopping choices, restaurants and nightlife, this is the area that always has something going
Also know as the Old Vallarta, has hotels, restaurants and bars to suit every taste, palette and budget. This is the Vallarta you hear about with cobbled streets and red brick rooftops covered with bouganvillia of every
This area is renowned for its exclusive villas and condos, some of which are featured in programmes screened around the world and is the choice for private relaxation. Many gated communities perched high on the mountainsides directly on the ocean, enjoy one of the best beaches in Vallarta and the town is only a few minutes
Wild and rugged scenery with many areas only accessible by boat, the south coast offers tiny authentic Mexican villages, some with no mains electricity, where you can enjoy a real desert island experience only 20 minutes from the city. All these areas are accessible only by
With spectacular views of the Los Arcos Maritime Nature Reserve the hotels here offer exceptional quality with the Sierra Madre mountains directly behind. This is a beautiful location, famous for its popularity as a film location, from Night of the Iguana in the 60's to Predator in the 80's to name just a
A wonderful little town neighbouring Melaque on the Bahia de Navidad sandbar, ocean one side, and Laguna Navidad on the other. With just a few hotels and many B and B type accommodations this is still the original Mexico with cobbled streets, and traditional local lifestyles. Most of the streets are pedestrian only reducing traffic and making this little town easy to get around on foot. Check out the relaxing style that Barra de Navidad