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From cultural and religious festivals to international sports tournaments to the highly acclaimed international gourmet festival, there is always a special event for each season in Puerto Vallarta.
For further information about local events and festivals, please get in touch with your personal concierge at Villa Premiere.
Enjoy and learn more about wine culture directly from Mexican and International specialists through samples, seminars and special menus at the best restaurants and hotels in the city.
Each year, more than 50 boats try to get first place in an international competition departing from the San Diego Yacht Club in California to the calm waters of Puerto Vallarta, which hosts the award ceremony.
The privileged Banderas Bay location is the setting for sailing events that take place throughout the month of March. Additional activities include dinners to benefit local civic associations, displays of navigation equipment, yachts and marine equipment, live music and other cultural events.
For ten consecutive years, representative of indigenous communities in the region descend from Sierra Madre Mountains, bringing along their paintings and sculptures. In addition, scheduled live music events and native ceremonies in different areas of Puerto Vallarta are scheduled for a two-week festival.
National and International, the most intrepid exponents gather in the town of Sayulita, located south of the bay, for a weekend of competition, live music and good vibes.
On the last day of May, a double anniversary is celebrated, first as a municipality and second as a city.
From June to January, thousands of Ridley turtles come to the shore of the beaches of Puerto Vallarta to lay their eggs.
It’s an athletic five-kilometer race with participating models, awards and countless photo sessions that feature the most beautiful women in the world. All of the excitement occurs in the unique location of the town of Vallarta.
The National Día del Charro celebration in Puerto Vallarta, starting with an early parade strolling through the main city streets, attracts crowds of visitors and locals.
Malecon and Puerto Vallarta Main Square revive until late evening September 15th.
Every year in November, Puerto Vallarta reigns as the culinary capital of Mexico. The celebration lasts for ten days and is a true feast for the senses, presenting the most acclaimed chefs from around the world. This festival also offers special menus, gourmet cooking classes and wine and tequila tastings at participating restaurants.
It’s the only five-kilometer athletic run set at the unmatched natural beauty of Puerto Vallarta.
Vallarta Golf Cup lasts three days and takes place at the Jack Nicklaus and El Tigre golf courses. Amateur golfers from Mexico, United States and Canada compete for cash prizes and the "Swing Vallarta" trophy, considered the highest award of this competition.
As in all Mexico, Puerto Vallarta comes alive with the colorful procession honoring the female patron saint of Mexico, the Virgin of Guadalupe.