Discover the Things to Do in Puerto Vallarta
Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway is situated in the perfect location for you to enjoy all of the fantastic tourist attractions around the area. Close to great shopping and exciting nightlife, you’re only minutes away from popular sites that will make your visit to this region even more memorable. If you need suggestions on things to do, our concierge is happy to provide suggestions or make arrangements so that you can explore the most intriguing places that Puerto Vallarta has to offer.
With a paved walkway all along the shore of downtown Puerto Vallarta, it's a very popular destination for guests and residents alike.
Browse through this large flea market located by the northern shore of the Cuale River. It flows along downtown Puerto Vallarta and it's quite easy to find.
This is the most popular, the best known and the most visited beach in Puerto Vallarta, particularly now that the pier has been finished.
Located just five minutes away from Gustavo Diaz Ordaz International Airport, this residential area has one of the largest Latin American marine piers.
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 December.
Mismaloya comes from Nahuatl: [michmaloyan], a "place where they grab fish with their hands."
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.
Considered one of the most prominent artists in Puerto Vallarta, Manuel Lepe’s work is celebrated in this museum and gallery.
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.
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.
Playa Conchas Chinas (Chinese Shells Beach), located in Fraccionamiento Las Amapas, is one of the city’s most secluded beaches.
This beach is semi-hidden just south of El Púlpito.
You'll find Aquaventuras Park on the way in to Nuevo Vallarta.
Discover 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.