It is the second most important economic area of the state of Jalisco and the third largest port in Mexico. It is now one of the most visited places in the country.


Located on Banderas Bay, the second largest in the America Continent, only 352 km far from Guadalajara, capital of Jalisco, right where the Sierra Madre Occidental ends. Your environment characterized by jungle, rivers and waterfalls, enjoying an average annual temperature of 27ºC.

Among its many attractions we recommend to visit Playa Mismaloya, one of the favorite places of celebrities, launched to fame by director John Huston who, in 1963, there filmed “Night of the Iguana” with Richard Burton and Ava Gardner, Los Arcos, amazing rock formations that seem to emerge from the crystalline waters of the bay, one of the best dive sites discovering incredible underwater mountains and walls, the city hall, decorated with murals by Manuel Lepe, and the Malecon, adorned with romantic bronze sculptures, besides the streets of downtown with its shops and galleries offering paintings and sculptures by renowned local artists, and the Marina Vallarta, full of sailboats and yachts, with golf course, exclusive boutiques and high quality services .

In Puerto Vallarta you can enjoy the services of Boutique Hotels and Grand Turism, to taste the delicious dishes that identify Jalisco cuisine and admire, from the outdoor restaurants, the arrival of cruises or the incredible sunsets, which have given fame world.

Among the activities you can do in this paradise highlights recreational fishing; every year during the month of November, comes in the International Tournament Sailfish. For all that, Puerto Vallarta is the ideal place to enjoy a day of rest and fun.


  • Los Muertos. The most famous and popular beach in Puerto Vallarta. It is located next to the pier of Puerto Vallarta. It is a very popular for its clear waters and fine sand. It is characterized by its length of approximately 2 km. Here you can rent boats for sailing and fishing sports, are offered parasailing and water skiing.
    It shelters a hotel bar that provides non-stop activities. You can feel the sand under your feet while enjoying the cuisine of the restaurants. The bars in this area are the perfect setting to enjoy a sunset.
  • Quimixto
  • Conchas Chinas
  • Las Estacas
  • Las Glorias
  • Las Gemelas
  • El Salado
  • El Malecón
  • Islas Marietas
  • Las Ánimas
  • Mismaloya
  • Playa de Oro
  • Playa Camarones


Camarones al tequila

Camarones al tequila

Perhaps there is no better destination to enjoy good food and drink, because Puerto Vallarta is a world famous gastronomic center, which focuses on the most excellent restaurants delights of Mexican and international cuisine, dishes that for their presentation, taste and aroma, are real art pieces.

It offers a varied cuisine, which emphasizes its aroma and flavor, where you can taste the typical Mexican and international cuisine such as French, Greek, Italian, Chinese, German, Japanese, etc.

One of the main products in the kitchen of this city is fish and seafood, with meals that are made as of crappie and octopus ceviche, fish dumplings or shrimp in tequila or pumpkin sauce, Other meals that we enjoy in Puerto Vallarta are the gorditas made of very thin tortillas and chips and decorated with chopped cabbage and sliced onion desflemada, or typical Mexican dishes.

And for dessert nothing better than to enjoy the posi, made with corn, sugar and tuna or “which” is made with dough, milk, sugar and ground coconut oil. But there are other desserts such as mango caramel or candies of milk and cocadas.

The typical drinks to highlight are the tuba and Tejuino or soft drinks such as coconut water, nance, jamaica and tamarind.

But the highlight is November during the International Gourmet Festival, which brings the best chefs from all five continents. The meeting serves to “feed” the proposals of the restaurants and encourage the creation of new dishes in the Vallarta’s kitchens.

Bon appetite