With over 250 restaurants, the dining scene is as diverse as the city, but be sure to pair delicious tequila with your food. A variety of cuisines are available, including French, Italian, German and Asian. Walk along downtown Vallarta and taste fresh fish, locally raised meat, and ingredients that make any meal exceptionally delicious.
Spa treatments inspired by indigenous cultures are available at Ohtli Spa located at CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa. Many use local ingredients like the signature exfoliation treatment containing agave, cornmeal and sea salt. The modern décor includes Huichol art but maintains a nature-oriented mood with interior gardens.
Puerto Vallarta is full of professionally designed golf courses that are waiting to be explored. The Marina Vallarta Golf is a par-71 course that offers beautiful ocean views from the Marina Vallarta peninsula. Lush jungle vegetation surrounds the course Club and Los Flamingos Club de Golf, located north of town. Or, if you are looking for a challenge, try El Tigre, designed by Robert von Hagge, with water features, bunkers and rolling fairways.
Located between the Sierra Madre Mountains and Banderas Bay, the CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa is the perfect spot for variety. From exciting party spots to secluded coves, the broad range of beaches on Puerto Vallarta stretch over 26 miles. The easiest beach to reach is Playa Los Muertos, just south of the Rio Cuale. This beach is popular for its restaurants and parasailing, but if you’re looking for peace and quiet, be sure to check out some of the most secluded beaches south of town – Las Animas, Quimixto or Yelapa. And if you’re looking to witness one of nature’s miracles, you can watch sea turtle hatchlings take their first steps toward the ocean at the annual turtle release in June.