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😍 Playa Los Muertos y Muelle / Los Muertos Beach & Pier Puerto Vallarta 🏖

Este video de Puerto Vallarta presenta el paseo que va desde el Muelle de Playa de Los Muertos https://pvmx.net/ZonaRomanticaPV pasando Hotel San Marino, el restaurante Sí Señor, Restaurante La Palapa, la escultura Tiburón en Espiral de Ramiz Barquet, El Dorado, Swell Beach Bar, Fidencio’s y el Hotel Tropicana.

Playa Los Muertos (o Playa de Los Muertos) es la playa principal y más popular del área urbana de Puerto Vallarta, especificamente la Zona Romántica. Es sin duda una de las playas más populares y activas de toda la bahía y una de las muchas playas Blue Flag, que garantiza y asegura aguas limpias y playas que ofrecen todos los servicios necesarios e indispensables para pasar un buen rato a la orilla del mar.

Playa Los Muertos Puerto Vallarta se encuentra en la zona sur de la ciudad, bordeando la zona llamada Viejo Vallarta o Zona Romántica, de la colonia llamada Emiliano Zapata. Hay innumerables restaurantes y bares que dan a las arenas de la playa y ofrecen camastros y parasoles.

Actividades y paseos en esta playa son innumerables, por ej.: el paravelismo, los jetskis y paseos en taxi acuático (pangas) que salen desde el Muelle de Playa Los Muertos. Hay muchas opciones interesantes y tradicionales de botana (snack) en manos de vendedores ambulantes, se puede recomendar los camarones y pescado embarazado (en vara asado), mangos, entre otros.

Playa muy popular entre las familias de Puerto Vallarta y desde hace unos 10 años también muy disfrutada por la comunidad LGBT que se encuentran del muelle hacia el sur en las sillas de color azul.

Averigua más en https://pvmx.net/ZonaRomanticaPV

ENGLISH
This video shows the area from the Los Muertos Beach Pier https://pvmx.net/LosMuertosBeachPV going south past Hotel San Marino, Sí Señor Mexican Restaurant, Restaurante La Palapa, Spiral Shark scupture by Ramiz Barquet, El Dorado Restaurant, Swell Beach Bar, Fidencio’s and the Hotel Tropicana.

Playa Los Muertos (Los Muertos Beach) is one of the most popular beaches, or perhaps, the most popular and visited beach in Puerto Vallarta Jalisco Mexico.

It is located south of the Malecón and the Cuale river, in the so-called Romantic Zone or Old Vallarta. Between the Cuale river and Venustiano Carranza street (where Daiquiri Dick’s is located) the beach is called Olas Altas and south of Venustiano Carranza street to the south it is called Los Muertos Beach (Deadman’s Beach, or Beach of The Dead, we’ll talk about the sinister name a bit further down).

It is an excellent place to relax, walk, eat or have a beer and enjoy the famous Vallarta sunsets.

There is also a relatively new pier and the location’s now a place that mixes a lot of old and new, traditional and modern, it is very active and very Mexican too.

The name, I must admit, is incredibly ugly, in fact, the city officials have tried several times to change it, Playa del Sol (Sun Beach), being one of the proposals, but the new ones have never stuck and people continue to use the traditional name.

The most accepted version of why this beautiful beach has this horrible name, apparently the most correct and that has most support in documents and expert experience, is that the beach was a sacred cemetery of the local Indians, a pantheon. The local residents noticed it when they began to unearth bones in ceramic containers, a custom of the local tribes when they buried their dead. This explanation is also validated by the archaeologist Dr. Joseph Mounjoy.

All this is quite interesting, but, despite the unattractive name, Playa de Los Muertos is one of the main Things to do in Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone (Old Vallarta), a beach full of people compared to the rest of the beaches of Vallarta and even the whole of Bahia de Banderas, but If you like to people-watching, if you’re sociable, and don’t feel uncomfortable among people, you’ll have a great time: vendors, various activities, shrimp and grilled fish, beer, parasailing, just swimming (the waves are not big), or playing in the sand with your children, there is so much you’ll enjoy.

There are also restaurants, bars and cafes, in the evening you can enjoy a romantic gourmet dinner on the beach and enjoy one of the famous Puerto Vallarta sunsets, and now even with the impressive and colorful Playa de Los Muertos Pier, a perfect photo opportunity and souvenir for all your indelible memories of PV.

Los Muertos Beach is definitely not one for those looking to relax and get away from it all, but if you want action, sun, sand, food and lots to do, this one of the Vallarta Beaches is the heart of everything in Old Vallarta.
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If you enjoyed this Puerto Vallarta Beach Video, find more information about this Puerto Vallarta Mexico beach at: https://pvmx.net/LosMuertosBeachPV

#playalosmuertos #losmuertosbeach #puertovallarta

😍 Playa Los Muertos y Muelle / Los Muertos Beach & Pier Puerto Vallarta 🏖

Este video de Puerto Vallarta presenta el paseo que va desde el Muelle de Playa de Los Muertos https://pvmx.net/ZonaRomanticaPV pasando Hotel San Marino, el restaurante Sí Señor, Restaurante La Palapa, la escultura Tiburón en Espiral de Ramiz Barquet, El Dorado, Swell Beach Bar, Fidencio's y el Hotel Tropicana.

Playa Los Muertos (o Playa de Los Muertos) es la playa principal y más popular del área urbana de Puerto Vallarta, especificamente la Zona Romántica. Es sin duda una de las playas más populares y activas de toda la bahía y una de las muchas playas Blue Flag, que garantiza y asegura aguas limpias y playas que ofrecen todos los servicios necesarios e indispensables para pasar un buen rato a la orilla del mar.

Playa Los Muertos Puerto Vallarta se encuentra en la zona sur de la ciudad, bordeando la zona llamada Viejo Vallarta o Zona Romántica, de la colonia llamada Emiliano Zapata. Hay innumerables restaurantes y bares que dan a las arenas de la playa y ofrecen camastros y parasoles.

Actividades y paseos en esta playa son innumerables, por ej.: el paravelismo, los jetskis y paseos en taxi acuático (pangas) que salen desde el Muelle de Playa Los Muertos. Hay muchas opciones interesantes y tradicionales de botana (snack) en manos de vendedores ambulantes, se puede recomendar los camarones y pescado embarazado (en vara asado), mangos, entre otros.

Playa muy popular entre las familias de Puerto Vallarta y desde hace unos 10 años también muy disfrutada por la comunidad LGBT que se encuentran del muelle hacia el sur en las sillas de color azul.

Averigua más en https://pvmx.net/ZonaRomanticaPV

ENGLISH
This video shows the area from the Los Muertos Beach Pier https://pvmx.net/LosMuertosBeachPV going south past Hotel San Marino, Sí Señor Mexican Restaurant, Restaurante La Palapa, Spiral Shark scupture by Ramiz Barquet, El Dorado Restaurant, Swell Beach Bar, Fidencio's and the Hotel Tropicana.

Playa Los Muertos (Los Muertos Beach) is one of the most popular beaches, or perhaps, the most popular and visited beach in Puerto Vallarta Jalisco Mexico.

It is located south of the Malecón and the Cuale river, in the so-called Romantic Zone or Old Vallarta. Between the Cuale river and Venustiano Carranza street (where Daiquiri Dick's is located) the beach is called Olas Altas and south of Venustiano Carranza street to the south it is called Los Muertos Beach (Deadman's Beach, or Beach of The Dead, we'll talk about the sinister name a bit further down).

It is an excellent place to relax, walk, eat or have a beer and enjoy the famous Vallarta sunsets.

There is also a relatively new pier and the location's now a place that mixes a lot of old and new, traditional and modern, it is very active and very Mexican too.

The name, I must admit, is incredibly ugly, in fact, the city officials have tried several times to change it, Playa del Sol (Sun Beach), being one of the proposals, but the new ones have never stuck and people continue to use the traditional name.

The most accepted version of why this beautiful beach has this horrible name, apparently the most correct and that has most support in documents and expert experience, is that the beach was a sacred cemetery of the local Indians, a pantheon. The local residents noticed it when they began to unearth bones in ceramic containers, a custom of the local tribes when they buried their dead. This explanation is also validated by the archaeologist Dr. Joseph Mounjoy.

All this is quite interesting, but, despite the unattractive name, Playa de Los Muertos is one of the main Things to do in Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone (Old Vallarta), a beach full of people compared to the rest of the beaches of Vallarta and even the whole of Bahia de Banderas, but If you like to people-watching, if you're sociable, and don't feel uncomfortable among people, you'll have a great time: vendors, various activities, shrimp and grilled fish, beer, parasailing, just swimming (the waves are not big), or playing in the sand with your children, there is so much you'll enjoy.

There are also restaurants, bars and cafes, in the evening you can enjoy a romantic gourmet dinner on the beach and enjoy one of the famous Puerto Vallarta sunsets, and now even with the impressive and colorful Playa de Los Muertos Pier, a perfect photo opportunity and souvenir for all your indelible memories of PV.

Los Muertos Beach is definitely not one for those looking to relax and get away from it all, but if you want action, sun, sand, food and lots to do, this one of the Vallarta Beaches is the heart of everything in Old Vallarta.
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If you enjoyed this Puerto Vallarta Beach Video, find more information about this Puerto Vallarta Mexico beach at: https://pvmx.net/LosMuertosBeachPV

#playalosmuertos #losmuertosbeach #puertovallarta