PUERTO VALLARTA TRAVEL GUIDE

Sights & Landmarks

Explore Attractions in Puerto Vallarta, including the Malecón, Los Muertos Pier, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mirador de La Cruz, and other sights and landmarks.

The attractions in Puerto Vallarta are simply extraordinary, ranging from the most relaxing to those that will elevate your adrenaline. Of course, just strolling the streets of Puerto Vallarta will introduce you to many of our area’s iconic landmarks that have graced the covers of magazines and the silver screen.

The bay is the ideal setting for all kinds of water sports, such as diving, water skiing, and sailing. Also, the waters of the bay are distinguished among the best in the world for sports fishing.

The mountains that surround Puerto Vallarta are the ideal setting to enjoy horseback riding, jungle treks, mountain bike tours, and bird watching. In Puerto Vallarta, you will find the exact level of activity to make your visit unforgettable. Some of the most interesting attractions in Puerto Vallarta are the following:

Attractions in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Los Muertos Beach

Playa de Los Muertos is located south of the Malecón in Puerto Vallarta and the Cuale river, in the Romantic […]

Voladores de Papantla

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In Mexico, the traditions have no borders, as the nightly show by the Voladores de Papantla in Puerto Vallarta reminds […]

Vallarta Botanical Garden

The Vallarta Botanical Garden – Where Mexican plants meet the imagination! Visit the World Famous Vallarta Botanical Garden and explore […]

Marietas Islands

With crystalline waters and white sands, nobody could imagine that the Marietas Islands were once used by the Government to […]

Municipal Palace

The Municipal Palace of Puerto Vallarta, a fancy word for Townhall, is the work of the architect Alejandro Zohn and […]

Los Muertos Pier

In the Romantic Zone of Puerto Vallarta, you will find the Los Muertos pier, a meeting point for several boats […]

Puerto Vallarta Malecón

The Puerto Vallarta Malecón, or the boardwalk for its English translation, is a wide walkway that extends 1.5 kilometers along […]

Mirador de La Cruz

Thanks to its location in one of the highest points of the city, and with relatively easy access,  Mirador de […]

Our Lady of Guadalupe

The crown of the main tower of the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe, also known by many locals as […]