Situated on the west coast of Mexico, Banderas Bay offers 34 miles of incomparable coastline in the states of Jalisco and Nayarit. Banderas Bay is Mexico's largest natural bay and home to Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit's many great destinations.
Riviera Nayarit's long, curving coastline is decorated by small beachside jewels - all of which offer an exceptional opportunity to experience the hidden havens that lie just north of the Bay.
This laid-back seaside community offers plenty of local color, many family run restaurants, plenty of shopping, a five-mile stretch of white sandy beaches, and a nice town plaza to enjoy.
Nuevo Vallarta is considered one of Mexico's best tourist and residential developments, conveniently located just 15 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta's International Airport.
Located just south of the airport and 15 minutes from downtown, Marina Vallarta is a master-planned community.
The area called the Hotel Zone is where you will find all of Vallarta's major hotels and beachside resorts.
Just ten minutes east from most hotels, you will find Vallarta's own small Mexican village, Pitillal - a suburban area of Puerto Vallarta that has remained untouched by tourism.
Located in the center of the Bay of Banderas, downtown Puerto Vallarta is the site of the original fishing village that turned into a world-renowned tourist destination.
Puerto Vallarta's South Side has a charming small-town feel, cosmopolitan lifestyle and friendly locals that makes it one of the most popular place for vacation and retirement.
Following Highway 200 south from downtown Puerto Vallarta, exclusive residential real estate is for sale in the neighborhoods of Conchas Chinas, Punta Negra, Garza Blanca and Las Amapas.
This South Coast area map will help you discover the natural beauty found in the remote towns and fishing villages that line Vallarta's South Shores.
If you would like to donate directly to the non-profits in Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, here are some suggestions you may want to consider to help our local communities in this time of greatest need.