- Playa Las Tortugas (Turtle Beach)
- Punta de Mita (Punta Mita)
- Punta del Burro
- Punta Esmeralda
- Real del Mar
Recent Mexican Riviera reviews
"Nous avons loué 1½ mois en mi février incluant le mois de mars et nous avons eu que de la belle température. Le condo est très bien situé avec une vue superbe de la mer et de la piscine. De plus, les propriétaires ont misés sur tout le confort possible pour rendre le séjour des plus agréables. Nous recommanderions sans hésitation ce condo pour 2 couples car il y a 2 salles de bain complètes. Ce condo vaut ces 5 étoiles!!"Guest: Lise D. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: November 20, 2014View listing
"Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful home with my family, friends and me. We stayed for 2 weeks and loved every minute of it. Our favourite moments were have Erica and Carolina surprise us with their amazing culinary skills at breakfast and several dinners. The location of the house is perfect, within walking distance to hundreds of bars and restaurants. We never had a meal that disappointed. We have travelled a lot and this is by far the most beautiful, unique home we have ever stayed in. The kitchen is outside!!!!! I have nothing negative to say about this place, I even enjoyed the nightly 250 steps back up to the house, helped keep the weight off so we could enjoy those meals. Would absolutely come back and would recommend for families and friends. Thanks Jeffrey, Arturo, Erica and Carolina."Guest: barb l. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 3, 2014View listing
"We were a group of friends coming from Mexico City. As promised, the view of Acapulco Bay is amazing, and the house is very comfortable. However, the best was the staff. Jesus and Alejandra took really great care of us, and Juanita's cooking is just heaven (you can't miss the "pescado a la talla" and the mixed seafood ceviche). We were sad to leave, and would definitely love to go back."Guest: Jerry Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 29, 2014View listing
"My family has vacationed in Punta Mita for 10 years, first at the Four Seasons resort, and then in private homes and condos. This penthouse in Hacienda de Mita is our favorite. Of all the places we've stayed in Punta Mita, this penthouse has the most incredible views, truly breathtaking, as it is the highest point of view in Punta Mita, and totally private. In addition to the most wonderful housekeeper ever, the concierge team and property managers have always been top notch. We have stayed at this penthouse many times and cannot wait to return!"Guest: Haley M. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014View listing
Mexican Riviera Travel Tips
Getting to Mexican Riviera Vacation Rentals
The Mexican Riviera refers to an extensive region on the western coast of Mexico. It includes more than 20 cities that are located along the coastline. Some of the more well-known resort areas include Acapulco, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, and Ensenada. There are several major international airports in the region and your arrival point will largely be determined by where you will be spending your vacation. There are regional airports at both Acapulco and Mazlatan, and many flights to this area route via Mexico City which is located further inland. If you will be traveling to the Baja California Peninsula then your best option is to fly into Tijuana which is located just south of the U.S. border. From there, you can rent a car and drive to your destination. There are no rail connections and only a few bus routes along the coast. The best way to get around is to fly into the closest international or regional airport and rent a car. Depending on where you are staying, you could also simply use taxi transportation from the airport.
Stylish Hospitality at Mexican Riviera Vacation Houses
Many of the rental homes are typically spacious and can accommodate small groups of friends or large families. Often between 10 and 12 guests can stay in one villa without feeling cramped. The living areas are generally large and many of the homes have outdoor patios where you can enjoy the magnificent sunsets over the Pacific Ocean. Multiple bedrooms and bathrooms ensure that all guests have sufficient privacy and personal space. The kitchens tend to be the center of the homes where families can dine together and catch up on the day’s activities. Modern appliances ensure that vacation catering is easy and convenient. Many of the vacation homes are available with a staff who ensures that laundry, cleaning and meals are taken care of. Many of the vacation homes are set along the coastline, providing easy access to the beaches.
Sun and Fun at Mexican Riviera Condos
The west coast of Mexico is known for its consistent sunshine, great vacation vibe, long stretches of beaches and excellent surfing. Typically, many of the visitors attracted to the many cities and towns along the coast are sun lovers and surfers. With the development of kite surfing and wind surfing, you will see many colorful sails leaping up above the waves on a day when the conditions are good. Beachcombers can enjoy long leisurely strolls along the beaches and relish the sound on the surf pounding on the beach. There are many historical and cultural attractions in the cities. You can visit museums and monuments and browse local craft stalls for souvenirs. Some souvenirs include bracelets and handcrafted jewelry, copper and brass items, carvings, paintings, and textiles.
Best Time of Year to Travel to Puerto Vallarta Vacation Rentals on the Mexican Riviera
Puerto Vallarta is a popular vacation destination because it has some of the best weather on Mexico’s western coastline. Throughout the year, the average daily temperature varies between 70 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. This makes it an ideal destination for sun lovers. The late summer months are typically the low season as they are characterized by very high temperatures and heavy rains. Occasionally, tropical storms blow in between July and September bringing strong winds and torrential downpours. The peak travel season occurs during the drier winter months between December and April. During this time, temperatures are still warm and many people from icy northern climates travel to the Mexican Riviera for a mid-winter break.