There is a wonderful and quiet place hidden in the area of Cabo Corrientes and Boca de Tomatlán, it is the Río de los Horcones. Considered the cleanest river in Jalisco, it is a vital artery for the ecosystem and a meeting point to disconnect.
On the northern peninsula of Banderas Bay, this fishing settlement turned luxury development combines the charms of small-town life with the charm of a small town. with the best hotels in the world.
El Mirador de la Cruz is a popular location in Puerto Vallarta that offers an impressive view of the bay. If you visit Puerto Vallarta, it is a highly recommended stop by the locals. (more…)
The Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden is a place to let yourself be carried away by the breeze, listen to the birds sing and marvel at the design of the flora.
In 2013, Puerto Vallarta's pier was renovated to offer tourists and locals alike, a place of height that fuses the stories of the past with the new millennium. Los Muertos Pier is more alive than ever. (more…)
The Plaza de Armas is the place where locals and tourists gather. A picturesque kiosk is the meeting point for hundreds of Vallarta stories.
Restaurants, bars, golf course, luxury yachts and sunsets make Marina Vallarta an exclusive place in Puerto Vallarta. (more…)
In the Riviera Nayarit we can find this charming town of great cultural richness that pays homage with its name to the Galician capital Santiago de Compostela.