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Puerto Vallarta, located on the Pacific coast of Mexico in the state of Jalisco, within the Bay of Banderas, considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world.

It is currently considered the second most visited beach destination in Mexico after Cancun and attracts millions of visitors a year, who enjoy the natural wonders, as well as the facilities that Puerto Vallarta offers to visitors.
Tourism is one of the main factors for the economic development of this municipality. Puerto Vallarta offers its inhabitants and visitors a good number of beaches that are visited daily. Here you can admire a large number of natural beauties, historical monuments and works of art, which attracts many national and foreign tourists.

Tourism is widely encouraged, since the municipality also has ecological and mountain areas with beautiful landscapes, which makes it widely attractive for this economic activity.

Likewise, to the historical buildings in its center, which were named Cultural Heritage of Jalisco in 2018, there are works of art, customs, traditions and legends very typical of Puerto Vallarta, without leaving aside the national and international events that take place here. are celebrated, they represent a very interesting focus of attraction for its inhabitants and tourists.


The Puerto Vallarta Malecón, also known as the breakwater, consists of a walkway approximately one kilometer long that runs along the beach, from Aquiles Serdán Park to 31 de Octubre Street. It is made up of a breakwater facing the sea and an avenue with a wide corridor.

The Malecón is considered the most important historical monument for its inhabitants, also known for its various artistic manifestations expressed by a large community of painters, musicians, actors, mimes, dancers, among others.

For several decades, this warm port has been considered the Mexican beach destination where the best work by national and foreign creators is exhibited and produced. In front of "Los Arcos" is located the main square, the Municipal Presidency and the Temple of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

To one side of the previous sculpture and continuing along the boardwalk is the "The Fountain of Friendship" sculpture by James (Bud) Bottoms, donated in 1987 by sister city Santa Barbara, CA and a replica of the one found in that city.

On one side is the bronze work "Neptune and Nereida" by the Italian artist Carlos Espino from 1990, "El caballito" bronze carving by Rafael Zamarripa from 1976, "Dancers of Vallarta or Xiutla" by Jim Demetro, "Búsqueda de la reason" figures conceived by Sergio Bustamante since 1999, "The roundabout of the sea" 16 eclectic sculptures created by Alejandro Colunga, "The subtle stone-eater" work of bronze and obsidian by Jonás Gutiérrez since 2006, "Nature as mother" work made in bronze and resin by Adrián Reynoso, (Disappeared) "A love story" by Ramiz Barquet since 1984, "The millennia" by Matis Lidice since 2001 and the most recent work: "The unicorn of good fortune" in bronze and wax by Aníbal Riebeling.

Numerous towns surround the bay from north to south, many emulate the Puerto Vallarta of yesteryear: Punta Mita, Sayulita, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Bucerías, Mismaloya, Boca de Tomatlán and Yelapa They are part of the coastal landscape and are all a short trip away and add color to the palette of options for the visitor, whether they are visiting for the first time or the already knowledgeable traveler.
Nestled in fertile valleys, between green mountains, you can find small idyllic colonial towns, among these we can count San Sebastián del Oeste , Mascota , Talpa, Navidad and others, towns that invite you to enjoy another part of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco and Mexico.
We are pleased to present and invite you to our new store in this artistic city.

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