Puerto Vallarta is located on Mexico's Pacific Coast. The town sits at the bottom of the mountains at the midway of one of the world's largest bays - the 'Bahia de Banderas' or 'Bay of Flags' in english. To the east of the city, the high mountains that comprise of the Sierra Madre, they protect to the bay of winds and serve like moderators of the climate that is semitropical and humid. Vallarta port in the coasts that the Pacific Ocean bathes is one of these developments that today site privileged between the national and international tourist destinies occupies. Although Puerto Vallarta is best known for its beaches, it offers an extremely wide variety of other attractions, you will be amazed with the variety of choices from golf, whale watching, and ecotourism. Natural harbor, privileged with an ample bay that Punta de Mita until Cabo Corrientes and watered by rivers and streams that end to the sea, Bay of Flags was seat of prehispanics cultures which they left rich manifestations between the crowned ones and the conquerors.