We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews swinging bridge cultural center flea market river cafe oscar's restaurant john huston tall trees gringo gulch interesting area t shirts both sides nice walk souvenir shops walk around el centro fun experience for sale
A nice walk on the island that has everything Mexican in the market on the island. It's easy to find and worth the walk, it's just off the malecon with lots of signage. There isn't anything you won't find there.
We discoverd that we could walk the length of this isle in order to return to our hotel...friendly vendors, artists with their works, cafes and restaurants all tucked alongside a half mile walk...places to stop and rest as well as shade can be found...
First, it is best to enter this place from the main street, as those little suspension bridges to get on and off of the island are dangerous. But once you get on, prepare yourself for a lot of opportunities to negotiate for local stuff from...More
The Cuale River surrounds an island that is home to remarkable cultural treasures. We arrived to work with the OEPV, a youth orchestra that is home to dozens of hard-working, enthusiastic young musicians. We were delighted to find in the Instituto Vallartense de Cultura students...More
When you walk from the boardwalk to the pier, youll go over a bridge, while on the bridge, look to your left there will be 2 spot you can walk down into to find these little shops. Once you are down there you can go...More
This quintecencial shopping island in the middle of puerto Vallarta has a couple of good restaurants but the island is a smorgasbord of shops and stalls that sell everything that you will find on the beach or in the market. Walking up and down the...More
Most people visiting downtown PV cross it or walk around it like twice a day. Definitely worth walking “on to” Cuale and checking out the craft stalls and eateries there. Several ways to approach but those that are mobility limited will struggle a bit. Really...More