Puerto Vallarta’s efforts to cater to visitors and locals has once again attracted the attention of Travel Weekly,in an article highlighting the new Los Muertos port,which has opened as part of the city’s ongoing massive renovation program. This popular vacation destination,which lies on Mexico’s western coast along the stunning Bay of Banderas,has reopened its famed Los Muertos port in the Olas Atlas and Los Muertos beach area,which is popular among visitors and locals alike for its impressive array of restaurants,beach clubs and nightlife.
“This marks the completion of a two-year,$2.4 million project to connect the city to numerous beaches that encircle the Bay of Banderas,” writes Travel Weekly.
A street party marked the opening of the Los Muertos port in Puerto Vallarta real estate this January. The celebration was reportedly full of a variety of live music,skydivers,traditional Mexican folk dancing and a fireworks display.
“This icon of the city is a reflection of the diverse projects in Puerto Vallarta,” stated the city’s Mayor Ramon Guerrero Martinez. “It is a sign of the thirst that the city has for projects that will update and make Puerto Vallarta the best city to visit in the Pacific.”
According to Travel Weekly’s write-up,the newly renovated port features a nicely curved design that is complete with a wide pedestrian walkway,a gorgeous waterfront promenade that offers a lovely view of the sunset,night lighting and a landing dock that can accommodate up to six medium-sized passenger boats at one time. These vessels are regularly used to transport visitors around the bay and to take them to its many nearby beaches,such as those which can be found at Yelapa,Mismaloya and Los Animas,among others. In addition,the new center tower of the port is beautifully lit up each night by a multitude of colored spotlights.