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

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9 Puerto Vallarta Beaches to Visit in the South Shore

By  Jorge Chávez
Sep. 28, 2022
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Puerto Vallarta is a beautiful destination. One of the best things to do while visiting this vibrant coastal town is relaxing on the beaches around the city. The following gorgeous spots are located in the South Shore and some of them are only accessible by boat.

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Mismaloya

Mismaloya

Mismaloya Beach is a must for both visitors and residents of Puerto Vallarta. This place captivates by its fine golden sand, moderate waves and turquoise waters. Due to its location on the South Shore, getting to this beautiful place takes only 15 minutes by water taxi or yacht (when embarking from the Los Muertos Pier), as well as 30 minutes by car when leaving from the Romantic Zone.

Boca de Tomatlán

Boca de Tomatlán

Boca de Tomatlán is a hub for transportation to many of the other beaches on this list. This place is picturesque and overlooks a stunning cove of blue water. It is surrounded by patios and restaurants playing lively music, so it is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with the family.

Colomitos

Colomitos

By far, Colomitos is one of the best beaches in Puerto Vallarta, as it combines isolation and natural beauty. This is a natural refuge of golden sand and emerald green water that invites you to dive and splash around. It is one of those places that make you feel in complete connection with nature, where the green tones of the trees and the blues of the sea merge into the landscape.

Madagascar

Madagascar

Madagascar is an impressive beach of fine white sands and crystal-clear waters with blue and green tones. This place distinguishes itself by offering and preserving an exotic atmosphere that is reinforced and supported by its secluded, isolated location. It takes its name thanks to its exotic beauty that dates back to the fourth largest island in the world, which is located on the African continent.

El Caballo

El Caballo

El Caballo Beach is an exclusive natural site located between Madagascar Beach and Las Ánimas Beach. Because of this, it inspires moments of relaxation due to its lush nature, white sand and turquoise waters with gentle waves. There are no restaurants, so travelers should pack snacks and water and prepare to relax in total isolation.

Las Ánimas

Las Ánimas

Playa Las Animas is truly a slice of paradise near Puerto Vallarta. The sandy beaches seem never-ending and are surrounded by swaying palm trees. Restaurants line the beach, and there are vendors walking up and down the shoreline selling homemade slices of pie and other treats.

 

Quimixto

Quimixto

Located after Las Ánimas Beach and before Las Caletas Beach is the small fishing village of Quimixto. This little town also has a quaint, inviting beach area. It is a great choice for travelers who want to escape the crowds. There are some local restaurants to enjoy, as well as little hotels close to the beach for those who want to stay overnight there.

Majahuitas

Majahuitas

A good plan to enjoy a relaxing day is to set sail for Majahuitas Beach, which offers a private access by sea. In addition, it has incredible natural scenery with golden sand, turquoise waters, gentle waves and a very intimate setting. After enjoying this beach, you can return a little before the sun goes down to admire a magnificent sunset from the boat.

Yelapa

Yelapa

Yelapa is a quiet coastal town sheltered by the splendid jungle of the Sierra Madre. This micro-destination is presented as the ideal place for all those who seek to escape the city’s hustle and bustle and find the simplicity, tranquility and happiness that rustic life offers at sea. One of the most popular activities in Yelapa is hiking to the waterfall.

Jorge Chávez
Chief Editor

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

  jclovetronic

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