Back

Route of the Pacific Ocean Beaches

Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Colima, Careyes, Mismaloya

Start this route that will take you to the Mexican Pacific in Colima. This capital city, neighboring the volcano of the same name, can be visited to learn about its history and the natural beauty of its surroundings. Downtown you will find the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) in front of the Jardín Libertad (Libertad Garden), where you can take a walk, and the Teatro Hidalgo (Hidalgo Theater) from the Porfirian era. Don't forget to visit the old railway station.

The next spot to visit is Tecomán, where its main attraction is its beautiful Jardín Central (Central Garden). This is a special area to walk peacefully and visit its historic buildings, such as El Santuario a Mariano Diocesano de la Virgen de la Candelaria (Mariano Diocesano de la Virgen de la Candelaria Sanctuary) and have a refreshment in one of its little restaurants.

The route continues towards the Dorado Mexican Pacific until it reaches Manzanillo. This important commercial port has beaches and bays where you can enjoy the sea and the sun at any time of the year. It has a great hotel and gastronomic variety, it also has endless water activities, among which sailfish fishing stands out.

Continuing along the Pacific coast, you will arrive at Careyes, Jalisco. The wonderful Carey coast has various beaches depending on what you want to do, as there are small bays where you can swim quietly, or beaches with perfect waves for surfing. Here you can also go horseback riding, playing golf and even polo.

To continue enjoying next to the sea, this route will take you to Mismaloya beach at Jalisco. This is a small beach located in a cove in the middle of the jungle. It is famous for having been the setting for the movie “The Night of the Iguana” starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It is perfect for swimming and admiring the wildlife that lives in the jungle that surrounds it.

This route of sun and sea ends in Puerto Vallarta, one of the most important holiday destinations in the country. Here you will find all kinds of accommodation and dining options. Its beach is ideal for spending the day doing water activities and during the afternoon strolling along the boardwalk in front of the sea, where there will always be music and a good atmosphere, which continues until dawn.

Start this route that will take you to the Mexican Pacific in Colima. This capital city, neighboring the volcano of the same name, can be visited to learn about its history and the natural beauty of its surroundings. Downtown you will find the Palacio de Gobierno (Government Palace) in front of the Jardín Libertad (Libertad Garden), where you can take a walk, and the Teatro Hidalgo (Hidalgo Theater) from the Porfirian era. Don't forget to visit the old railway station.

Show more information


The next spot to visit is Tecomán, where its main attraction is its beautiful Jardín Central (Central Garden). This is a special area to walk peacefully and visit its historic buildings, such as El Santuario a Mariano Diocesano de la Virgen de la Candelaria (Mariano Diocesano de la Virgen de la Candelaria Sanctuary) and have a refreshment in one of its little restaurants.

The route continues towards the Dorado Mexican Pacific until it reaches Manzanillo. This important commercial port has beaches and bays where you can enjoy the sea and the sun at any time of the year. It has a great hotel and gastronomic variety, it also has endless water activities, among which sailfish fishing stands out.

Continuing along the Pacific coast, you will arrive at Careyes, Jalisco. The wonderful Carey coast has various beaches depending on what you want to do, as there are small bays where you can swim quietly, or beaches with perfect waves for surfing. Here you can also go horseback riding, playing golf and even polo.

To continue enjoying next to the sea, this route will take you to Mismaloya beach at Jalisco. This is a small beach located in a cove in the middle of the jungle. It is famous for having been the setting for the movie “The Night of the Iguana” starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It is perfect for swimming and admiring the wildlife that lives in the jungle that surrounds it.

This route of sun and sea ends in Puerto Vallarta, one of the most important holiday destinations in the country. Here you will find all kinds of accommodation and dining options. Its beach is ideal for spending the day doing water activities and during the afternoon strolling along the boardwalk in front of the sea, where there will always be music and a good atmosphere, which continues until dawn.

Show less

The journey starts here
Write a key word