Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort and Spa
The Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort and Spa is just 4km from Licenciado Gustavo Diaz Ordaz Airport, and boasts its own private beach – though it’s also within walking distance of the Playa de Oro beach and Camarones Beach. The resort has an ‘Unlimited Fun’ programme, which means you can enjoy delicious package of food, tasty drinks, and dazzling entertainment from dusk until dawn. There are lots of activities on offer exclusively for grown-ups, including wine tasting. Kids, meanwhile, have a dedicated hotel-run club to keep them amused. Close to a range of shops, bars, restaurants and the old town of Vallarta, you’re well placed in the heart of the bay for day trips outside the resort.
Overview of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
With the sparkling waters of the Bahía de Banderas– or the Bay of Flags – plus golden sandy beaches, and charming streets, it’s understandable why each year, so many sun-seekers flock to Puerto Vallarta. El malecón, the Boardwalk, is brimming with colourfully-quirky shops and a range of restaurants that you and the family will want to sink your teeth into. Beyond the extensive range of water sports activities that are part and parcel of coastal holidays to Mexico, Puerto Vallarta boasts incredible natural beauty, and contains many historical gems. By night, the promenade is bustling with the sounds of music and the enticing buzz of bars.
Things to do in Puerto Vallarta
Whether taking a day trip via boat, car or horseback, there’s much to discover beyond an indulgent stay at the Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort and Spa. Popular with day-trippers, a forty-five minute water taxi from the port will transport you to the beautiful seclusion of Yelapa beach, which is also great for scuba diving. No more than twenty-minutes away is the gorgeous Vallarta Botanical Garden, where nature lovers can explore the numerous plants and hiking trails. Afterwards, cool off in the wonderful Crystal Pools. The palm-lined Boardwalk is overflowing with restaurants and bars, although a step back in time to the Old Vallarta quarter is not to be missed while you’re here.