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Serenity and Tranquility: 3 Coastal Villages South of Puerto Vallarta

By  Jorge Chávez
Jun. 25, 2024
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Located south of Puerto Vallarta, Las Ánimas, Quimixto, and Yelapa are three coastal villages that stand out for their natural charm. Accessible only by sea, these places offer a perfect weekend getaway where the serenity and beauty of the Mexican Pacific combine to create a tranquil paradise.

Las Ánimas

Las Ánimas
With its fine sands and crystal-clear waters, Las Ánimas is the ideal place to sunbathe. Along its beach, there are a series of palapa restaurants offering delicious local cuisine, perfect for enjoying dishes prepared with fresh seafood while taking in the scenery.

The lush vegetation and biodiversity of the mountains surrounding Las Ánimas complement the paradisiacal environment. For the more adventurous, this place offers exciting activities such as skydiving, horseback riding, zip-lining, climbing walls, and hanging bridges, ensuring fun for the whole family.

Quimixto

Quimixto
Quimixto is a beach with amber-colored sand and crystal-clear waters in emerald tones. This place is perfect for snorkeling, as its coves and caves host colorful reefs and various marine species, creating a fascinating marine spectacle.

The impressive waterfall, approximately ten meters high, is one of Quimixto’s main attractions. It can be accessed via horseback ride or hike, offering an immersive experience in nature.

Yelapa

Yelapa
Located south of the Banderas Bay, Yelapa is a picturesque fishing village known for its bohemian and relaxed atmosphere, maintaining an authentic and tranquil ambiance. Its beach with soft sands and gentle waves is surrounded by lush tropical vegetation, offering stunning views of Pacific sunsets.

In Yelapa, visitors can enjoy various water and land activities. From kayaking and paddleboarding on the El Tuito River to thrilling ATV rides and hiking. Additionally, the waterfall that adorns the area is an unmissable natural spectacle.

How to Reach These Beaches
One of the easiest ways to reach Las Ánimas, Quimixto, and Yelapa is to travel to Boca de Tomatlán. From there, you can take a panga that travels to these coastal villages.

Jorge Chávez
Chief Editor

A fan of docuseries and a food lover who is always in search of coexisting with Mother Nature.

  jclovetronic
moc.s1721302248gamxe1721302248m@zev1721302248ahc.e1721302248groj1721302248

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