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Aerial View of Los Muertos Pier

Jorge Chávez
Apr. 19, 2022
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On Los Muertos Beach there is a pier that serves as a meeting point for boats going to the beaches of the Puerto Vallarta South Shore.

In the past, this pier located at the end of Francisca Rodríguez Street, was an icon of the destination for serving as an important place for the production team and the transportation of the filming equipment working on The Night of the Iguana, a film that put Puerto Vallarta on the international map.

The current Los Muertos Pier extends approximately 100 meters into the sea. In the middle part there is a large metallic structure that resembles a ship’s sail, as well as benches to be able to enjoy one of the sunsets which our destination is worldwide recognized.

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