Puerto Vallarta and other beaches in Jalisco that you can visit on your next visit

Destinations are considered true paradisiacal treasures. For Jalisco tequila and for beaches too, that is why it is considered one of the most visited tourist destinations by Mexicans and foreigners, they are hidden treasures in the Mexican Pacific.

The state has a large set of beaches with a large number of landscapes, colors, gastronomy, and nightlife, perfect for different tastes, to spend a romantic moment, go on a trip with friends or family.


The counting of this list begins with Puerto Vallarta, the destination par excellence, this place offers great infrastructure in hotels, but it also preserves its bohemian style in its so-called “Romantic Zone” and is also recognized for being an LGBT destination.

There are the marina and a port where yachts and boats from all over the world arrive, and it also has a beautiful boardwalk that is the perfect setting to enjoy the sunset.


It is considered the largest bay in Mexico, a refuge for Marian flora and fauna, bordered to the north by Punta Mita and to the south by Cabo Corrientes. In this destination you can go diving, sailing, fishing, skiing and taking boat rides.


In just one kilometer extension a perfect paradise is concentrated to spend a quiet moment, this beach has intense waves and winds that make it one of the favorite destinations of advanced surfers and lovers of windsurfing. It is a treasure for lovers of adrenaline and nature, you can see crocodiles, turtles, sea and exotic birds. It is located 10 kilometers northwest of Puerto Vallarta on Federal Highway 200.


The unique name is due to a special event, since it was there that the ship SS Golden Gate sank with a cargo of gold, it also has a golden sand that matches the story. It is located next to the maritime terminal and extends to the mouth of the Pitillal River.


It is also known as the “Enchantment of Jalisco”, eleven islands with biological diversity are concentrated, in addition to quiet beaches. It is a semi-virgin place, to know if you have to enter the El Paraíso ranch. If you are in this bay, you cannot be oblivious to Playa Las Rosadas and other places such as Caleta Blanca, Cala de la Virgen, and Montemar.