A remote fishing village, Yelapa is the most easily accessible by boat. This truly unique village of about 1500 residents.

This beach’s tranquility is ideal for those looking for that entirely laid-back vacation. There are many small hotels and bungalows to stay in for short or long term breaks.

Many beach activities are available including jet skiing, snorkeling and kayaking. Be sure to try one of the famous Yelapa pies while on the beach.

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Set in a beautiful, secluded bay 13 miles south of Puerto Vallarta, Majahuitas is a family-owned hideaway accessible only by boat or ‘panga’.

This eco-friendly destination is set in a laid-back, communal atmosphere. The pristine beach is perfect for snorkeling, kayaking and other water activities. It is also ideal for romantics looking for pure relaxation and adventurous families.

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San Sebastian del Oeste


Originally settled in the 6th Century , this beautiful mountain village retains its colonial heritage with buildings and structures that have been standing for over 250 years.

Just 90 minutes from Vallarta, San Sebastian is nestled in the Sierra Madre mountains and worlds away from the usual tourist hot spots. Accessible by land or air, it’s a half-forgotten former mining town with traditional folk charm.

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Mainly know for its hip surfer vibe, Sayulita is a small picturesque beach town 40 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta.

Adorned by its cobblestone streets and children playing outdoors, Sayulita is quickly becoming a popular vacation destination for locals and tourists alike. Coupled with its lush jungles and beautiful beaches, it’s not hard to see why.

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A small fishing town a few hours south of Puerto Vallarta, Tehuamixtle is not easily forgotten. Though quaint, it’s appeal is easy to recognize. When in season, “Tehua” as it’s known by locals, is the best place for fresh seafood of all kinds, particularly oysters.

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Mayto is one of the last unspoiled beaches on the pacific coast. It’s hard to take it all in with one look. Just ten short minutes from the fishing town of Tehuamixtle, local villagers relax in hammocks and children play in the surf.

A large turtle research camp is located here, where during breeding season you can see baby sea turtles and even help release them into the sea.

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