Located on the same latitude as Hawaii, Puerto Vallarta has a unique atmosphere that combines the charm of a small Mexican city with all the amenities
of a cosmopolitan city; considered as “the friendliest city in the world”, moreover every year this city seems to become more popular as a LGBT
because of the varied entertainment options available to visitors.
Puerto Vallarta was named “Best Destination in Mexico” by TripAdvisor due to the varied entertainment options available to visitors.
The best water activities in the city are just steps out from our doors, favoring our guests in Almar Resort. Located in the most popular beach in Puerto Vallarta, Los Muertos Beach in the Romantic Zone, provides opportunities for Jet Ski, Fly board, Jetovator, Parachute, Banana Boat, Hover board, Kayak, Paddle Board, Boogie Board, Windsurfing, Etc. Almar Resorts provides equipment for popular sports, such as Volleyball and Soccer.
Just few steps from your suite, you will find the Romantic Zone, known also as “Old Town”. recent construction of the Rio Cuales pedestrian bridge, along with the expansion of the Malecón, provides easy access to Old Town through the beach.
Exploring the neighborhood can be as cosmopolitan or traditional as you want! This is one of Puerto Vallarta’s most important LGBT spot, full of entertainment, nightlife and art. For a more Mexican traditional experience, head inland through different streets, which architecture is similar to other Colonial towns.
It’s quite sad to return from a trip abroad and find out you missed one main attractions in the city. This happened quite a lot in pre-Internet days, now it is not as common. Anyway, if you stroll down a few times on the “Malecón”, you’ll be able to sa you visited Puerto Vallarta and experienced the heart and soul of it all. This seaside strollway, is a great place to experience what makes PV so Mexican. In the past, the local social life in town centered around the main square, then later in the 1930’s along the malecón.
Just so you know a “Malecón” is the Spanish name for a “esplanade along a waterfront”. This promenade was recently renovated, even though some call it a boardwalk, there are no boards here… Once you visit it, it’ll become one of your favorite spots in town and will be on of the best memories you’ll take back home of us. The colors, tradition, art and just plain ol’ beauty will make a lasting impression.