October 04, 2016
The Los Muertos Pier itself is a beautiful curved structure featuring a large walkway for the public to enjoy an impressive view of Banderas Bay. The center tower of the pier is lit up at night with spotlights the slowly change color, sure to make it an iconic feature of Puerto Vallarta.
Besides aesthetic appeal, the Los Muertos Pier serves a very practical function as a docking point for boats and tours visiting beaches including Yelapa, Mismaloya and Los Animas making access to these beautiful southern beaches more convenient for visitors and residents.
The pier also provides an economic boost to the Olas Altas and Los Muertos beach areas, already popular with tourists and locals for their variety of restaurants, bars, beach clubs and water sports.
So get your camera ready and pay a visit to the new Los Muertos Pier for one of the most beautiful views and photo ops in Puerto Vallarta.
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