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[[Image:Puerto_Vallarta_Seahorse.jpg|thumb|250px|Seahorse sculpture on Playa de Los Muertos; one of several large public works donated by local artists for the Malecon.]]
  
 
Puerto Vallarta is a city and popular vacation resort on the [[Pacific Coast (Mexico)|Pacific Coast]] of [[Mexico]].
 
Puerto Vallarta is a city and popular vacation resort on the [[Pacific Coast (Mexico)|Pacific Coast]] of [[Mexico]].
  
==Understand==
 
[[Image:Puerto_Vallarta_Seahorse.jpg|thumb|250px|Seahorse sculpture on Playa de Los Muertos; one of several large public works donated by local artists for the Malecon.]]
 
 
Around the Bay, beautiful beaches, lush jungles and sparkling waterfalls offer many opportunities for the adventurous, while five-star resorts, world-class shopping, and gourmet restaurants satisfy even the most sophisticated traveler.  Stretching from the south end of Old Town to central downtown, a newly extended and refurbished boardwalk along the ocean, called the Malecon, passes by any number of shops, restaurants, and hotels, and often plays host to mimes, breakdancers, clowns, and artists.
 
Around the Bay, beautiful beaches, lush jungles and sparkling waterfalls offer many opportunities for the adventurous, while five-star resorts, world-class shopping, and gourmet restaurants satisfy even the most sophisticated traveler.  Stretching from the south end of Old Town to central downtown, a newly extended and refurbished boardwalk along the ocean, called the Malecon, passes by any number of shops, restaurants, and hotels, and often plays host to mimes, breakdancers, clowns, and artists.
  

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