Mexico´s Independence Day

Mexico´s Independence Day celebrations are coming up. Don´t miss the opportunity to escape the routine and enjoy the long September 15th weekend.
 
In commemoration of Mexico´s struggle for independence the nation officially comes to a joyful stop.
Independence Day is Celebrated with a colorful display of traditional parades, fireworks and the obligatory ¨ El Grito de Independecia¨ in all government palaces and plazas.

Puerto Vallarta joins in the festivities with celebrations in the streets, in homes and on the Malecon.
You´ll see the colors of green, white and red in all directions; the quintessential Mexican flag waving from all establishments, as well as images of the heroes Miguel Hidalgo, Jose Maria Morelos and Doña Josefa

If you want to escape and enjoy this festive of year in Puerto Vallarta. I suggest you make your reservation whit us as soon as possible so you won´t be left without a place to stay.

The city´s main parade is held downtown, with participation by various schools, institutions and businesses. It is an officially scheduled event.
And of course the most anticipated moment falls on September 15th : El Grito de indepenencia (the cry of independence), given by the mayor at midnight. Everything concludes with an evening of fireworks on the boardwalk with is spectacular ocean views

The atmosphere becomes very pleasant, with music from the various bars, restaurants and clubs into the evening. it´s a fun party ambiance in beautiful setting!

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Mexico´s Independence Day

Mexico´s Independence Day celebrations are coming up. Don´t miss the opportunity to escape the routine and enjoy the long September 15th weekend.

In commemoration of Mexico´s struggle for independence the nation officially comes to a joyful stop.
Independence Day is Celebrated with a colorful display of traditional parades, fireworks and the obligatory ¨ El Grito de Independecia¨ in all government palaces and plazas.

Puerto Vallarta joins in the festivities with celebrations in the streets, in homes and on the Malecon.
You´ll see the colors of green, white and red in all directions; the quintessential Mexican flag waving from all establishments, as well as images of the heroes Miguel Hidalgo, Jose Maria Morelos and Doña Josefa

If you want to escape and enjoy this festive of year in Puerto Vallarta. I suggest you make your reservation whit us as soon as possible so you won´t be left without a place to stay.

The city´s main parade is held downtown, with participation by various schools, institutions and businesses. It is an officially scheduled event.
And of course the most anticipated moment falls on September 15th : El Grito de indepenencia (the cry of independence), given by the mayor at midnight. Everything concludes with an evening of fireworks on the boardwalk with is spectacular ocean views

The atmosphere becomes very pleasant, with music from the various bars, restaurants and clubs into the evening. it´s a fun party ambiance in beautiful setting!

Visit us and celebrate Mexico´s Independece in Puerto Vallarta; in you´ve already experienced it then you know how amazing it is, If not then you´ll love it!

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San Sebastian Del Oeste (West)

San Sebastian del Oeste is named so to differentiate it from Spain's own San Sebastian at the north-east coast of the Basque province. It is now an UNESCO World Heritage site. When its mines were discovered by the Spanish colonists in 1605, the town was founded. One of its most beautiful attributes is the close harmony with its natural surroundings that has been maintained to this day, and covers nearly 2000 square miles. The town itself spreads over 37 partially settled hectares, on which, amazingly, still stand enormous haciendas and mansions, very well maintained, left over from the colonial period.

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San Sebastian del Oeste Down Town Luxury Beach

Maito

As you continue on the highway to El Tuito, you will pass the tiny bay of Boca de Tomatlan, aforementioned in the articles that comprise "Island Hopping with Luxury Beach." You will pass the village of Las Juntas y los Veranos, which affords access to a gorgeous river that locals frequent for swimming.

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Maito Puerto Vallarta Jalisco  Beach Luxury Beach

Yelapa

Although today it is possible to drive to this eternally tranquil fishing village from Puerto Vallarta, the most convenient (and scenic) way to get there is by sea. You will see the rock and brick cabins with thatched palapa roofs as you walk along the stone-paved walkway to the peerless sand that marks your arrival on the beach.

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Yelapa Puerto Vallarta Jalisco Main Beach Luxury Beach

RAICILLA Goes Mainstream

Raicilla is a notorious liquor, home grown in Puerto Vallarta and surrounding areas, was, until recently, the equivalent of American moonshine. It is a kind of mescal or tequila, as it is made from Agave cactus, but specifically from leguchilla cactus, which is not fine enough to make standard tequila. Lately, Raicilla has become legitimised and accepted in most Vallarta restaurants and bars, thanks to branding and tax payment. Vallarta now hosts a Raicilla festival in its main square downtown every spring (dates for the 2010 festival have not yet been confirmed). Locals prefer the bootleg style of presentation, usually in a two-litre soda bottle, or in a large glass jar, even though there are more respectable, labelled presentations of it.

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The Puerto Vallarta Film Festival

This festival was founded by Robert James Roessel in 2004. It began as an attempt to bring Elizabeth Taylor back to Vallarta (from the time she was here watching over Richard Burton as he filmed the Night of the Iguana with Ava Gardner, under the direction of John Houston). The attempt to bring Liz back failed, perhaps due to her health problems, or perhaps because there was a porn theatre here that bore her name.

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