Bucerias, a small little known Mexican paradise is among the best kept secrets in Mexico. Bucerias or “Place of Divers” is on Mexico’s West coast. It lies along five miles of uncrowded white sandy beaches on Banderas Bay, the largest bay in Mexico.
Streets are cobblestoned and lined with bougainvillea. This delighful Mexican town always maintains its local color even with its increasing popularity among tourists and the many Americans and Canadians who live there.
Bucerias, just eleven miles North of Puerto Vallarta welcomes its tourists by offering fine living accommodations whether it be at one of its many fine hotels or rental apartments. One might find it difficult to choose between dining at one of its fine local restaurants or shopping at local markets. Nearby activities include shopping, golf tennis, fishing, snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking and swimming with the dolphins.