Imagine walking on this beach at daybreak. Mismaloya is just south of the town of Puerto Vallarta on Banderas Bay. Click on the right arrow pointing left for a Mismaloya animation. Going north from the town is the airport. Banderas Bay is the largest natural bay in all of Mexico. Puerto Vallarta is called the Taxco by the sea due to it's colonial charm; cobblestone streets. Click on the left arrow pointing right to see more about Puerto Vallarta. There is even an 18 hole golf course designed by Joe Finger. He didn't lift a finger. Just said Hey Jorge get out your little shovel and make a hole here.|
Banderas Bay offers over 100 miles of coastline ringed by mountains. There are stretches of beaches both to the north and south of town.
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Puerto Vallarta's proximity to the Bay of Banderas, the agricultural valley of the Ameca River, and the important mining centers in the Sierra have given the town of Puerto Valllarta a more interesting past than most Mexican tourist destinations like Hermosillo or Matamoros. This was a thriving Mexican village long before it became an international tourist destination. Tourism is a major economic activity because of the climate, scenery, tropical beaches, and rich cultural history.
Experience the warmth of a vacation which is quaint and offers rich history, yet modern, vibrant, and exotic. Discover a destination of relaxing beaches, world class restaurants, and the latest in ecotourism and extreme adventure, in a setting that is internationally recognized for its charm and friendliness, with a backdrop of mountains, rivers, coastline, and emerald green waves of the lovely Pacific Ocean. Walk down the Malecón, Puerto Vallarta’s half-mile promenade that lines the city’s historic center and waterfront. Dig the many cafés and nightclubs, as well as the famous open air sculptures. Lose yourself in a breathtaking sunset.
All this and more with your Puerto Vallarta lodgings.
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