What to see in Puerto Vallarta, itinerary including the main places of interest in this seaside resort with beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea.
Famous tourist resort overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Puerta Vallarta is located in the Jalisco state of western Mexico.
This town has evolved especially in recent years, to meet all the needs of the modern tourist who is looking for wonderful beaches with clean sea.
Numerous luxury hotels, tourist villages, golf courses, convention centers, luxury shops and restaurants have been opened.
In the Baia de Banderas, where Puerto Vallarta overlooks, you can easily see dolphins and gray whales.
The city is crossed by the Rio Cuale, which constitutes a green oasis in the center of the city, made possible by the lush vegetation and the natural island located in the middle of the river, reachable by a bridge, a cool and relaxing place characterized by the presence of small shops dedicated to typical and colorful Mexican crafts.
In the historic center you can admire the sober whitewashed buildings, the typical cobblestone streets and the roofs of the red houses, as well as a vegetation rich in flowers and fauna not easily found in many other tourist destinations.
The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, located in the main square and characterized by the characteristic tip of the crown-shaped bell tower, symbolizes the beauty and charm of Puerto Vallarta.
Thanks to Gustavo Diaz Ordaz international airport, Puerto Vallarta can be reached quickly and easily.