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One of the most iconic beaches in Puerto Vallarta was included in the list of the World’s Best Gay Beaches in 2020 , according to the specialized site Gaycities.com, which reinforces the solid positioning that this destination has in the LGBT segment, one of the most faithful all year round, which also leaves an economic outflow higher than that of other tourist groups.
The offer for the LGBT segment in Puerto Vallarta is wide, there are hotels, bars, clubs, businesses and shows specialized in serving them. This beach destination, in addition to being recognized for its hospitality, is also a space for tolerance of the world’s sexual diversity, to whom respect is offered, which is also reciprocated by the thousands of LGBT tourists who enjoy their vacations here.
The recently published article is relevant as Gaycities is a reference site for LGBT tourism in North America, and its recommendations and comments are undoubtedly highly appreciated by its many readers in that segment.
The text mentions: If you have been doing jobs via Zoom in your living room since the world was quarantined, the beaches, sun and surf are surely calling you.
“It is time to go out and catch the summer vitamin D before the leaves start to fall.”
As it is known, since June 15, the beaches of Puerto Vallarta are open to tourists in general, the hotels offer their swimming pools and public areas but as a measure of responsibility, they are only operating up to 25 percent of their capacity .
The invitation, the article ends, is to put these beaches on the “to-do” list of the post-Covid world. For now, start packing your sunscreen and towel. ”
MUERTOS BEACH The Gaycities.com text mentions: This beach is the epicenter of Puerto Vallarta. Located south of the Malecon in front of the Cuale River in the Romantic Zone -called Old Vallarta-, the beach brings together locals, sun seekers and similar adventures.
Rafael Zamarripa’s iconic original “Sea Horse” sculpture is located at the end of this long beach, just outside the popular Mantamar Beach Club Bar & Grill. This club offers an adults-only beach experience with a beautiful pool, delicious cocktails, and numerous visual attractions.
But if you are not in the mood for a beach club, you can use a bunk in front of the Blue Chair Resort and enjoy the rays of the sun.
The architect Jesús Torres Vega designed the Los Muertos pier, which opened in 2013. You can walk in front of the pier, towards the Malecon and enjoy the sculptures, places and sounds of the renovated Puerto Vallarta.
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