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November 06, 2020

7 beaches you need to discover in Puerto Vallarta

We know you are really looking forward to your next vacations by the beach, sunbathing, feeling the sand beneath your feet and relaxing to the soft sound of the ocean waves. Reason why Puerto Vallarta is eagerly waiting for you to come and explore its beautiful and heavenly beaches, one by one.

Here’s a list with the 7 most spectacular beaches in Puerto Vallarta. Take note and make sure to visit them all!

  1. Camarones Beach

Located right at the start of the Malecon. A favorite among tourists to spend a fun day of sea, sun, and sand.

  1. Playa de Oro (Golden Beach)

Just a few miles from downtown Puerto Vallarta, this Blue Flag certified beach is perfect to enjoy your day with various activities such as parasailing, jet skiing, banana boat ride, or simply relaxing by the beach admiring the view.

  1. Los Muertos Beach

This beach is one of the most emblematic and visited beaches in the destination. Perfect for relaxing and admiring the stunning sunsets in Puerto Vallarta. Thanks to its privileged location, right in the heart of town, a great variety of restaurants, bars, shops, and galleries are close by, not to mention the iconic Los Muertos Pier.

Los muerto beach

  1. Las Gemelas Beach

South of Puerto Vallarta on the road to Barra de Navidad, are two small beaches with calm and crystalline waters, perfect for kayaking and paddle boarding. 

  1. Conchas Chinas Beach

One of the most popular beaches in Puerto Vallarta, due to its beauty and accessibility, located just a few minutes from downtown. Its crystalline waters and gentle waves are waiting for you to spend the entire day having fun with family or friends.

Conchas Chinas Beach

  1. Mismaloya Beach

Mountains and lush vegetation surround this beautiful beach with golden sand. Its crystalline waters and gentle waves are an invitation to activities such as snorkeling or diving.

Mismaloya Beach

  1. Colomitos Beach

A hidden gem south of Puerto Vallarta, known as the smallest beach in Mexico. Its emerald waters are perfect for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling and diving, where you will surely encounter a great variety of marine species.

How to get to Colomitos Beach:

Take a water taxi from Boca de Tomatlán.

Hike through the lush jungle for 30-40 minutes, departing from Boca de Tomatlán.

Both routes are spectacular, in both of them you’ll admire the natural charm that Puerto Vallarta has to offer.

Colomitos beach

All the beaches are open and safe for every visitor. We invite you to visit all our heavenly beaches, remember to keep them clean, and don’t forget to share your experience with us.

Which beaches have you visited? How many are you still missing? Let us know!

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