Our Beaches at Vallarta – Nayarit

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Attractions that make Puerto Vallarta a special place;  are the three different ecosystems: the Sierra Madre, rivers and the Pacific Ocean all gathered in this beautiful paradise.

Playa de Oro


This beach is located north of the city. This beach is wide, quiet and safe, with plenty of sand and scattered rocks, it brings a peculiar touch to the bay, and this is one of the reasons why it is one of the most visited beaches by tourists and locals

Playa de los Muertos


The most famous, most sought after and most visited beach. Known as Beach of The Dead, this beach is located south of the Malecon and the River Cuale, delineated by large tourist hotels.

Playa Gemelas


Las Gemelas are naturally beautiful beaches, among the most attractive beaches in the city. These two sites are located southwest of Puerto Vallarta Mexico; its main features are the fine sand of light gray, waves with a light slope and an each one with an area of ​​approximately 100 meter.

Playa Conchas Chinas


Conchas Chinas is one of the most fascinating beaches of our destination. Just a few minutes from town, this beach lies between the jungle and the mountains: an exceptional place for blue and green tinted waters and gray sandy beaches. Enjoy the natural pools formed by groups of rocks, the clarity of the water allows you to see the sea bed and know the different types of fish that live there.

Playa Mismaloya

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Mismaloya Beach is south of the bay, near the foot of the mountains. There lies a natural showcase brings together two different scenarios that frame the perfect picture of Puerto Vallarta. If you want to enjoy the best mystical views then you must visit this site: public view points, hotel terraces and restaurants you have reserved you the best place. This beach is famous for being the setting for the film The Night of the Iguana, directed by John Huston in 1964. You can still appreciate the building structure constructed for the production.

Playa Garza Blanca


Garza Blanca beach is not far behind: its beauty and splendor are unique to the Pacific. It is small and discreet, with fine white sand located at the edge of town.

Parque Nacional Marino los Arcos

Los arcos

 Los Arcos National Marine Park is located between the beaches of Mismaloya and Playas Gemelas. It has deep tunnels, caves, arches and breathtaking reefs: a spectacular place for diving and snorkeling where you will find a great diversity of marine life and birds.

Playa Boca de Tomatlán


Among steep hills is the freshwater river with waves crashing into the sea there lies the small fishing village of Boca Tomatlán. It is the last beach accessible by car, a warm town with traditional touches. In this place you can hire a Panga or also called “Water Taxi” right where the restaurants are at the edges that will take you to enjoy the nearby beaches that can only be accessed by boat

Playa las Ánimas

Las Animas

Las Animas is a beach with golden sands separated by a road of rocks, from behind; there are the great Sierra Madre Mountains, from the front, with blue tones for its shallow depth, the majesty of the Pacific Ocean. The tranquility of its waves allows swimming, diving and snorkeling



Quimixto is accessed navegating along the water a “Panga” or water taxi breaking waves. It is a very small village home to just about 250 families. This place is special because it binds one more element to this paradise: By walking down the cobblestone road you will run into a waterfall that you would not want to miss. There you must try the fish-based dishes and home-style Mexican specialties



Majahuitas, is another white sandy beach; lies at the feet of the forest accompanied by the wildlife sounds sheltered by a warm bay and the bright blue of the water and sky. It is a spectacular setting accompanied by an underwater canyon creek that you should discover.



Yelapa,  a picturesque town that opens its doors to explore its landscape. This place is known for its color, traditions and its warm people mainly dedicated to fishing.

Cabo Corrientes


Following the Bay you will find a beach with more than 15 km virgin beaches. There lies one of the largest number of diverse plants. There is one of the largest camps in the Jalisco coast intended for the protection and the release of the sea turtles.