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Puerto Vallarta, in the state of Jalisco, is accustomed to seducing visitors.  With a winning combination of stunning geography, a charming colonial village, and a genuine sense of welcome offered by local residents, it has become the second most popular beach destination in Mexico, with the highest percentage of repeat visitors in the country.

Vallarta’s Banderas Bay, Mexico’s largest natural bay forms a protective barrier that feels as comforting as a gentle embrace.  The cobblestone village, where picturesque images greet you at every turn, is nestled right in the heart of the curved center of the bay.  A river runs down from the Sierra Madre Mountains, brining with it constant, cool breezes.  The main waterfront street, or malecon, is graced with public sculptures and bordered by lively restaurants, shops, and bars.  The malecon is a magnet for both residents and visitors, who stroll the broad walkway and take in the simplicity of an ocean breeze, a multihued sunset, or a moonlit, perfect wave.  

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