Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway - Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, 48350, Mexico
Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta
Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway
http://www.premiereonline.com.mx
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San Salvador St. 117, Col. 5 de Diciembre, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
+52 322 226 7040
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Marina Vallarta
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta
Located just five minutes away from Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport, this residential area has one of the largest Latin American marine piers. Along its promenade you will find art galleries, cafes and restaurants. You can also watch luxury boats, yachts and an 18 holes golf course.
Marina Vallarta
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Marina Vallarta, Puerto Vallarta, JAL, México
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Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Year after year, Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe welcomes thousands of Catholics, especially during a 12-day festival called the feast of Guadalupe each Dec. This is a must-visit attraction in Puerto Vallarta.There's always activity in and around the church, where tour guides appear on a daily basis, respectfully sharing their knowledge and Mexican traditions. It dominates the skyline of Puerto Vallarta in countless postcards, as the city's most recognisable & endearing landmark around the world.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
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Miguel Hidalgo 370, Puerto Vallarta Centro, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
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Malecon
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta Vallarta Malecon
A paved walkway all along the shore of downtown Puerto Vallarta, it's a very popular place to go as you can enjoy both the shopping, restaurants and the local Mexican culture. The Malecon was once again completely remodeled in 2011 and now is exclusively for pedestrians, no more dangerous and noisy taxis and cars. A safe, fun and interesting family excursion in downtown Vallarta enjoying the many attractions and the sculptures too.
Malecon
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Malecón, Amapas, 48399 Puerto Vallarta, JAL, México
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Playa Los Muertos
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta Playa de los muertos
Is the most popular, the best known and the most visited beach in Puerto Vallarta, specially now that the pier has been finished. You'll find it south of the Malecon and the Cuale river, between the river and Venustiano Carranza (where you can find Daiquiri Dick's) in what is called Romantic Zone. (Old Vallarta) the beach is called Olas Altas beach and from Venustiano Carranza to the south it's called Los Muertos.
Playa Los Muertos
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Playa Los Muertos, México
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Cuale Island
sla Cuale (Cuale Island) is a natural island on the Cuale River surrounded by two arms of the river. The island has some restaurants, a museum, a cultural center, a statue of John Huston, and much more... but most people know it for its shops and stands. The Isla Cuale was also famous for its cat population, still has some even today The island itself was a lower class development until the residents were forced to move during a hurricane in 1971 where the whole area was flooded. After that event the island was used for restaurants, shops and a cultural center and at one time a children's park too. Read more on this interesting part of town.
Cuale Island
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Isla Cuale, Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, JAL, México
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Mismaloya Beach
Mismaloya comes from Nahuatl: [michmaloyan] "place where they grab fish with their hands" and is a small village, located on the coast of the Bahía de Banderas in the Mexican state of Jalisco [Xalixco] "on the surface of the sand". Mismaloya lies on Highway 200, south of Puerto Vallarta.
Mismaloya Beach
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Carretera Federal 200, Mismaloya, Aguacate, Jalisco, México
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Los Arcos
Almost anywhere in town and south of the city you'll be able to see some small islands by the edge of the sea in the South Zone, these are what are locally know as "Los Arcos de Mismaloya", the Arches of Mismaloya, in the past also known as "Las Peñas" (the big rocks) which was when the village was founded, in 1851, the original name: "Las Peñas de Santa María de Guadalupe." Nowadays they are a very popular day trip destination, both snorkelers, tourists, tour operators and scuba divers visit this place day in and day out. It's both very beautiful as a scenic photo-op, but also quite impressive for its natural biodiversity above and below water. These little islands also sport tunnels that go through them, thus the name: the arches.
Los Arcos
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Los Arcos, Jardines del Puerto, 48315 Puerto Vallarta, JAL, México
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Museo Manuel Lepe
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Museo Manuel Lepe
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Calle Jacarandas, Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México
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Vallarta Botanical Gardens
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta jardin botanico
Located a bit out of town, south of Boca de Tomatlán and Mismaloya on the way to El Tuito, you'll find one of the treasures of the area, a fabulous, well organized botanical garden. There are a number of routes with varying degrees of difficulty, there's an orchid garden, you can enjoy a dip in the small river that runs through the property and if you are hungry you can enjoy one of the best restaurants in the area (including Puerto Vallarta) at Hacienda de Oro
Vallarta Botanical Gardens
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Carret. Barra De Navidad Km. 24, El Tuito, Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, México
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Isla Cuale Flea Market
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta market
A large flea market located by the northern shore of the Cuale river that flows through downtown Puerto Vallarta. It's quite easy to find, if you are on the main square, you walk down Juárez street going south (that's away from City Hall, the big government building by the square) and keep going till you get to Agustín Rodríguez street, there take a left and in less than 200 yards, there's the market. Comprising a complete city block along the north side of the banks of the Cuale River is the Mercado Municipal (Cuale River Flea Market), also known as the Mercado Municipal Río Cuale. It's an indoor market with 2 stories with vendors, suppliers, and everything from pottery to jewelry, embroidered clothing and souvenirs and much more. If you like to bargain, this is a good place to do it, especially if you're looking for crafts at affordable prices. On the second floor you'll find food stands too.
Isla Cuale Flea Market
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Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México
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Púlpito
Púlpito
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Púlpito, Puerto Vallarta, JAL, México
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Pilitas
Las Pilitas (Baptismal Font) is a sea-level rock formation on the South end of Old Vallarta's Los Muertos Beach, close to the base of El Pulpito. This was where the "El Caballito de Mar" sculpture (The Seahorse) was originally located, after disappearing in a storm a bigger replica was made by the artist and placed on the Malecon. The original statue was recovered and now stands there at Las Pilitas too. A side street on Olas Altas (Old Vallarta) is named after this natural landmark.
Pilitas
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Pilitas, Amapas, 48399 Puerto Vallarta, JAL, México
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Conchas Chinas Beach
Playa Conchas Chinas (Chinese Shells Beach), located in Fraccionamiento Las Amapas is one of the cities most secluded beaches, it is found south of El Púlpito on the south end of Los Muertos Beach in what is known as the South Zone. Conchas Chinas Beach is one of the most beautiful locations in Puerto Vallarta. Just minutes from the city, this beach lies between forest and mountains: a superb place colored by the blue-green waters and beige sand. Enjoy the natural pools formed by groups of rocks or a delicious fried fish, rent boats and water ski. The clarity of the water allows you to see the ocean floor and enjoy the different multicolored fish that live there. Read more on PV's many beaches.
Conchas Chinas Beach
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Playa Conchas Chinas, México
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Amapas Beach
Is a semi hidden beach just south of El Púlpito, when you arrive at the end of Los Muertos Beach there is a path that climbs to the top of El Pulpito and also continues down to the beach on the other side. Las Amapas is not filled with vacationers and provides a more intimate space for a family trip or with your couple. Don't forget to visit these memorable beaches, you won't regret it.
Amapas Beach
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Playa Amapas, México
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Plaza de Armas
The Plaza de la Presidencia or Plaza de Armas is the city's main plaza, official center of political and cultural activities in Puerto Vallarta. Here you'll enjoy public concerts at the bandstand (kiosko) or at the amphitheater across the street by the Arches, the amphitheater and the malecon. There is a large, 2 storey building that houses government offices (and Vallarta tourist office) plus a large outdoor terrace with a fountain, you'll also find one of the famous local artist, Manuel Lepe's murals. This plaza is located between the Puerto Vallarta Malecon at Los Arcos Amphitheatre & the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church ("Cathedral").
Plaza de Armas
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Old Town Farmers Market "Tianguis Cultural"
Has become one of the best weekend attractions in Puerto Vallarta, locals and expats enjoy purchasing and sampling fresh local produce. The Market is a producer only market, which means all vendors must make, bake or grow the products they sell here, no Walmart or Soriana here. Phew! Open every Saturday from the start of November to May between 9:30 am and 2 pm. Now relocated at Lázaro Cárdenas Park.
Old Town Farmers Market "Tianguis Cultural"
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Lázaro Cárdenas, Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México
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Aquaventuras Park Vallarta
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You'll find Aquaventuras Park on the way in to Nuevo Vallarta. It's a great place to chill out, float around in fresh water and do nothing. The family can zip down the water slides, play around in the park or just enjoy the sun too. There are 10 waterslides of various styles, some more for adults than children, there's a special area for kids, where the water is not that deep and the games more relaxed. You can enjoy the sealion show or even swim with the dolphins at this park too. Just a 10 minute drive from Puerto Vallarta's International Airport.
Aquaventuras Park Vallarta
http://www.aquaventuras.com
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Bahia de Banderas, Carretera a Tepic Km 155 S/N. Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico
01 800 727 5391
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Zoologico de Vallarta
Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa Puerto Vallarta Zoo
You'll find Puerto Vallarta Zoo in the valley that ends with Mismaloya and Mismaloya beach, an exotic lush tropical jungle, in the village surrounded by the river and mountains, a fun packed family day trip. Even though it may not be the most sophisticated of zoos, it has a unique take that makes it much more interesting than the normal sanitized options you'll find in other countries, you'll be able to pet and touch many of them, and you can even feed the animals with food provided there. Read more on the zoo.
Zoologico de Vallarta
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Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway
San Salvador St. 117, Col. 5 de Diciembre, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
Attractions
Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway
Attractions
  • Marina Vallarta
  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
  • Malecon
  • Playa Los Muertos
  • Cuale Island
  • Mismaloya Beach
  • Los Arcos
  • Museo Manuel Lepe
  • Vallarta Botanical Gardens
  • Isla Cuale Flea Market
  • Púlpito
  • Pilitas
  • Conchas Chinas Beach
  • Amapas Beach
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Old Town Farmers Market "Tianguis Cultural"
  • Aquaventuras Park Vallarta
  • Zoologico de Vallarta
Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway
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