Lote Punta Negra South is an exceptional waterfront land of 83,397 m2 (approx. 897,678 Sq Ft), sitting in Puerto Vallarta on one of the most beautiful beaches of Mexico, of white sand and clear blue waters. Lote Punta Negra is a prime location to develop condominiums or hotels. 7 minutes drive to the heart of Puerto Vallarta.
Puerto Vallarta is located on Mexico’s Pacific coast, on the Bay of Banderas, only two hours away by plane from the United States. About 300,000 inhabitants live in Puerto Vallarta. The city combines all the conveniences and offers the atmosphere and the relaxing lifestyle of a small, provincial Mexican town. Modernity is as much a part of Puerto Vallarta as the local farmers still arriving at the town center on mules or with their farm animals.
Besides the coexistence of the modern world and Mexico’s rich traditions and lifestyle, the natural surroundings provide the beautiful contrast of awe-inspiring views of the Bay of Banderas on one side and the beautiful Sierra Madre mountains on the other.
The weather in Puerto Vallarta is close to perfect. The heat of the day is balanced by sweet and cool nights, providing pleasantly warm weather throughout the year. The rainy season starts in July is one of the most inspiring times of the year. Heavy and short-lasting rains cool the air and the sun comes out again to warm up, just as it does the rest of the year.
Lifestyle in Puerto Vallarta has come to be defined by sophisticated expats (mostly Americans and Canadians), who take advantage of the combination of modern convenience and Mexican tradition, enjoying the luxury of having yachts sail right to their front door, fine international dining, luxury spas and top-notch services, combined with local Mexican food, traditional music – Mariachis who wander the streets performing in restaurants, on the street, or even in buses – and wonderfully colorful handicrafts and artwork.
Puerto Vallarta also has a lively nightlife, with excellent clubs and bars along the “Malecon” and in the area just south of the old town known as “Olas Altas;” these areas also include excellent restaurants and trendy cafes. The Hotel Zone includes some discos and bars of its own.
Sports are also thriving in Puerto Vallarta, with a choice of just about a water sport – sailing, windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing, surfing, snorkeling, body boarding, kayaking, jet skiing, deep sea fishing, to name only a few – or in the surrounding mountain area nature lovers can enjoy horseback riding hiking, biking, camping, swimming, rafting, four-wheeling, climbing, bungee jumping, and much more. Those who enjoy tennis will always be close to a tennis court, and golf lovers can test their skills on a different golf course for every day of the week, including several world-class courses.
Of course, Puerto Vallarta’s superb lifestyle hasn’t gone unnoticed. The city is already home to a community of about 50,000 Americans and Canadians. These expats are the kind who love the very things about Puerto Vallarta that will make you fall in love with the city and never want to leave. On the other hand, each of these expats has also found their own special magic in this town, an experience that is unique to them and has created their own Puerto Vallarta.