The shores of the Pacific coast of Mexico is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful coast lines in Mexico with much to explore. In the nineties it was declared an Ecological Tourist corridor by presidential decree.
A harmonious combination of beaches come together in one magnificent coastline of 160 km. located between the Port of Manzanillo in Colima and Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco; about 950 km from Mexico City and 400 miles from Guadalajara with an average annual climate of 25-27° C. The Costa Alegre, includes the municipalities of Cihuatlán, La Huerta, Tomatlán and Cabo Corrientes, and the coastal Navidad Bay, Tenacatita Bay, Coast Careyes, Chamela Bay, Coast Majahuas and Cabo Corrientes.
Each of these communities has its special coastal charm and appeal, giving it unmatched tranquility, beaches unexplored, lush vegetation, spectacular cliffs, coves, gentle waves, mysterious mangroves and extensive areas of rainforest. Much of this area provides a variety of culture, and is home to a variety of incredible flora and fauna.
Situated between the port of Manzanillo, Colima and Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, ranging from Barra de Navidad, Cihuatlán southwest to El Tuito, Cabo Corrientes by northwest. Enjoy the amenities of the area from budget to upscale hotels, the adventure of fishing, yachting, or even exploring Mother Nature as you stroll along the shoreline on one of the breathtaking beaches.
The crystal clear ocean meets the extensive tropical forest vegetation in many small communities along the coast. You will find houses that tell stories, places for contemplation, sports invoking the spirit of man and a continual communion with nature.