Or Boardwalk, in Puerto Vallarta has been a most important gathering centre from 1936 for locals. And it is certainly one of the ‘must-dos' for visitors to enjoy a stroll and admire the Pacific Ocean and fantastic sunsets. It can be said that the Malecon is much like an open-air museum next to the sea. Its bronze sculptures, the most famous being the Caballo de Mar, are symbols of Puerto Vallarta, as are the grand and ephemeral sand sculptures on the beach, giving rise even more to the reputation of Puerto Vallarta as the coastal city with a vibrant art scene.
You will fall in love with Puerto Vallarta.