Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican balneario resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas. Four influences converged during the 1960s and early 1970s to launch Puerto Vallarta into its trajectory toward becoming a major resort destination.
Puerto Vallarta has a typical Tropical wet and dry climate with a dry season in wintThe high temperature and variations in humidity can make July through September nearly intolerable. It has pronounced wet and dry seasonal variation, with sudden monsoon-like rains from July through September, normally for a few hours in the evenings.
Landmarks in Puerto Vallarta
Parish Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe - Col. Centro
Púlpito and Pilitas
Playa Conchas Chinas (Chinese Shells Beach)
Mercado Isle Cuale and Mercado Municipal Cuale
Flower and Garden Festival (last week of February)
Electro Beach Puerto Vallarta (42 day festival starting in the beginning of March)
May Festival (last week of may and first week of June)
December 1 to 12 - Festival of the Virgin of Guadalupe