Vallarta Lifestyles Launches its January-March 2022 Issue
Vallarta Lifestyles is proud to announce the launching of its January-March 2022 issue, which started circulating this week around Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit.
For 33 years, our publication has witnessed the development of this destination, which has intensified over the past five years. Currently, this growth is reflected in the arrival of prestigious international brands, as well as in the increasing construction of resorts, condominiums and entertainment centers.
Just as this boom has motivated the influx of more visitors and people who become permanent residents, at the same time it has led to the emergence of a new wave of entrepreneurs who have a fresh vision that has led them to develop a variety of business concepts that offer artisanal, authentic and exclusive products. Our special article highlights Cafecito Hamaca, Divino · Pan Casero y Galletas, NANAU México, Meraki Skin by Libna, By Kiana · Crochet and Cervecería Río Ameca; who are some of the talented individuals that make up this innovative entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Samanta Frey, the renowned beverage author and Gerardo Noriega, the distinguished recycled driftwood sculptor, share their talent and vision of the destination, as well as the lifestyle they have in this corner of the Mexican Pacific.
Our Cuisine Spotlight features the interesting specialties of Casa 449 · Comedor Contemporáneo, where chefs Ángel Villaseñor and José Alfredo Pérez have merged their culinary visions to enhance the Mexican gastronomy offered at this restaurant located in the Puerto Vallarta’s Romantic Zone.
Since the Puerto Vallarta Art Walk takes place from October to May of each year, we have included a brief review of the 15 art galleries participating in this self-guided tour that offers the opportunity to get acquainted with the gallery owners and/or even the artists who feature some art exhibitions.
As well as Vallarta · Nayarit is thriving, our magazine is also evolving, so in this edition has been launched the “Places to Be Seen” section, a space introducing you to new and outstanding businesses. In addition, with the aim that long-stay visitors and residents of our destination can enjoy other places near the Banderas Bay, our editorial team visited Santiago de Querétaro, a city preserving its Spanish colonial heritage which is located just an hour by plane from Puerto Vallarta International Airport. Some of the main activities and attractions available in this charming place are also presented.
Vallarta Lifestyles January-March 2022 issue is now available at one of the more than 250 locations we have selected around the bay.