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Puerto Vallarta Villa

  • 6
  • 12
  • 5 nights min
  • Beach/lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly


Excellent (4 reviews)


from $2,474.00 / night

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Bucerias Villa - 11.7 miles away

  • 7
  • 14
  • min stay varies
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary


Excellent (4 reviews)


from $974.00 / night


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La Cruz de Huanacaxtle House - 13.5 miles away

  • 2
  • 4
  • 4 nights min
  • Beach/lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
“This is a great location to view the beach, mountains, sailboats, marina. Also a simple walk into town or the marina. Folks are very nice and helpful here and most speak English. Steve the owner is very nice and helpful. If you need him he is...”
- Review left on 01/02/2017


Very Good (16 reviews)


from $149.00 / night


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Bucerias Villa - 11.7 miles away

  • 3
  • 12
  • min stay varies
  • Nearest beach 0 mi
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly


Excellent (3 reviews)


from $373.00 / night

About Puerto Vallarta

Once the “in” place for 1970s jet setters and honeymooners, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is making a comeback and reestablishing itself as the chic, happening nightspot for the ultra-cool. A Puerto Vallarta vacation rental is a great way to enjoy your stay, as well as soak up the sun and explore the culture.

Things to Do

Puerto Vallarta offers more than just a bustling nightlife scene. It’s rich in history, art, and cultural opportunities. The Malecon boardwalk/paved path is in the city’s historic center. There are hotels and an amphitheater, as well as jewelry shops, restaurants, boutiques, and other tourist attractions along this mile-long stretch. While there, take some time to enjoy the whimsical sculptures that dot its length. Speaking of art, the Cuale Cultural Center is also worth checking out.

You can’t visit Puerto Vallarta without a stop at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Its “crown” is recognizable from many points in the city. Rio Cuale Island offers a number of entertaining things to do, but one of the most memorable is crossing over to the island on the swinging rope bridge.


The best shopping in the area is found in the city’s many markets. The Puerto Vallarta Municipal Market is in the heart of the city and offers a number of handicrafts, jewelry, leather workings, and traditional Mexican clothing like ponchos and hats. The aromas of the second floor bring most visitors up to sample some of the most delicious, and authentic food in the area. The Pueblo Viejo is a couple of blocks from the Municipal Market. There you’ll find souvenirs, jewelry, and clothing for reasonable prices.


Puerto Vallarta offers an eclectic mix of gourmet food options as well as traditional dishes. While some visitors indulge in the romantic atmosphere of dining on the beach, the many markets also offer take out that visitors looking for a quiet atmosphere could enjoy from their Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals. March brings Wine Fest, an excellent time to sample area wines. In May, the town celebrates Restaurant Week, where many of the eateries offer three-course meals for affordable prices.


Puerto Vallarta comes to life as the sun sets and the moon rises. With many restaurants offering live music and music streaming from public plazas, the night version of this town is very different from the sleepy seaside appearance it gives off during the day. Teatro Vallarta hosts jaw-dropping dance shows, concerts, and plays. Many of Puerto Vallarta’s traditional night clubs don’t open until midnight and stay open until the sun comes up. This romantic town is one that often hosts destination weddings, and with its non-stop nightlife it’s a great town for a bachelor/bachelorette party as well.

Puerto Vallarta is reestablishing itself as a happening hotspot with its beautiful beaches, indulgent eateries and decadent nightlife. Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals are an affordable way to enjoy the culture and the city’s rich history. Whether you stay downtown or at the beach, there are a number of options from cozy romantic getaways to larger homes that accommodate your family. 

Puerto Vallarta Travel Tips

If you want to have an unforgettable vacation, consider Puerto Vallarta your go-to destination. Nestled in a tropical setting, this beach resort city is in the state of Jalisco on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. It’s home to many attractions and sightseeing activities that can entertain the entire family. This is also why planning and making an itinerary is essential, especially if you don’t want to miss out on anything. You should start by finding a comfortable place to stay. After this, decide which attractions you want to engage in.

Where to Stay in Puerto Vallarta

When it comes to accommodations, your best bet is to stay at one of the Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals. Puerto Vallarta rentals are near popular attractions, so you don’t need to rent a car or take a taxi. Many of the homes are in scenic locations. Some are on top of hills overlooking the ocean, while others are in gated communities, or a stone’s throw away from the beach. Vacation rentals in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, are more spacious than a hotel room. Whether you prefer a two-bedroom house or a six-bedroom villa, you have many accommodations to choose from. Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals can save you money; weekly rental rates are often discounted. You can browse Vacation Home Rentals for various homes that are listed for rent by owner. You can view photos online of the properties for rent and find out about the available amenities and nearby attractions.

What to Do in Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta has a rich Mexican tradition and plenty of mariachi music and tequila. It also has incredible beaches and long stretches of sand. Playa de Oro beach, for instance, north of the downtown area, is one of the most popular beaches in the city. It’s ideal for water activities, such as swimming, jet-skiing and parasailing. For a break from the water activities, consider strolling along the Malecon. This mile-long, 12-block boardwalk stretches from Hidalgo Park on the north side to Los Muertos beach on the south side. It features many photo-worthy sculptures and statues and also has many mimes, skaters, bikers, musicians, and stilt-walkers to admire. The boardwalk also gives a good view of notable landmarks, such as the Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral. When hunger strikes, there are many cafes, taco stands, and restaurants along the boardwalk. Many of the Puerto Vallarta rentals that you can choose from are near these popular attractions.
Shopping is a must when you visit Puerto Vallarta. Due to the favorable exchange rate, clothes, souvenirs, and other items are affordable. You’ll find many Malecon souvenir stands and independent beach vendors. You can also visit Gallerias Vallarta, the city’s largest shopping mall, which has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to get a haircut, buy clothes, or exchange some money, you can do it at this mall. When you’re all done shopping, consider booking on one of the many adventure tours at the stores along the Malecon. You can do everything from scuba diving and swimming with dolphins to zip-lining or going on a fishing expedition. If you prefer a more relaxing experience, a trip on a glass-bottom boat won’t disappoint. This excursion gives an amazing view of the underwater world and doesn’t require you to get wet.

Events and When to Visit Puerto Vallarta

The busiest time to visit Puerto Vallarta is from the middle of November through April. During this time, the annual Old Town Puerto Vallarta Art Walk takes place. Visitors can enjoy art expositions and cocktails. Foodies will want to visit during the second half of May, when the Puerto Vallarta Restaurant Week takes place. During this 17-day event, participating restaurants offer unique three-course menus with prices often discounted by 50 percent. Early summer and fall are the least busy times to visit Puerto Vallarta because this is when rainfall is prominent. Regardless of the activities you engage in, knowing that you can come home to a vacation rental home can set your mind at ease. Whether you choose one of the Puerto Vallarta condo rentals or one of the luxury Puerto Vallarta villa rentals, the experience will be unforgettable.
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