A new year begins and we feel that we need something, the big city and our overwhelming jobs saturate us and we begin to feel tired, stressed, with headaches, shoulders and often even in a bad mood, so this may cause us not to be comfortable with nothing. We believe that with going to the doctor or taking vitamins, we will feel better, but what do you think? We have an even greater remedy, just board one of the flights to Puerto Vallarta and these everyday aches will disappear, since being at one of the beautiful beaches of the Mexican Republic is a real pleasure.

Why is Puerto Vallarta our fav? Very easy to answer that question, its beaches are located on the Pacific coast of Mexico, in the state of Jalisco, which, is one of the most magical states in the country, with charming and beautiful beaches, but also offering something you might not know about, near there you can find some Magical Towns that will leave you extremely fascinated when you visit it.

A Magical Town is a name given to those municipalities(towns) that preserve the natural, cultural and architectural essence of a classical Mexican Town. Reaching one of them is as if time has stopped, they have legends, history, and secrets that every person who visits them has to discover on their own.

The secret that many have kept is that very close to Puerto Vallarta, about an hour distance, there is a surprising and majestic Magical Town named Sayulita, located on the coast that connects Nayarit and Jalisco. This place has become one of the most visited tourist centers in recent years and it is not only because of its rustic streets, but it is also because its beaches are great for surfing or swimming. The main beach is called Los Muertos beach, which literally translates in English as “The Death People Beach”; but do not be scared, the name has not a negative connotation, it was given that name because to get there you have to go through a cemetery.


The city is a bit small, but it has become popular with tourists from Canada, the United States, Europe and also for Australians, according to statistics made over the past 5 years. Here you can find beautiful places to eat and taste their delicious typical cuisine such as the zarandeado-style shrimp, the queen clam prepared in its shell, the lobster served in a variety of cooking styles, among many more dishes.

Also in the alleyways, you will find a variety of businesses and art galleries that offer the best souvenirs such as jewelry, silk rebozo, woolen garments, wicker baskets, clay sculptures and of course, the handicraft and Huichol crafts to take with you on your return home.

Additionally, don´t worry so much about lodging, we know that you will find something that fits your needs since it has many hotels with several prices, but all of them with the best service and quality.

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So now you know, not everything beautiful is in sight, to find good natural pearls you have to visit new places and explore Mexico. Get your flight tickets and let the adventure begin on the flights to Puerto Vallarta, come and visit this beautiful place.