Elizabeth Alexis’ Guidebook

Elizabeth Alexis
Elizabeth Alexis
Joined in 2020
Elizabeth Alexis

Elizabeth Alexis’ Guidebook

Food scene
Conveniently located downstairs. The Pizza is very good, the icecream is delicious and if you are lucky you will get to enjoy the guitarist or saxophone player live!
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locals recommend
Buonissimo
3 Paseo de las Palmas
8
locals recommend
Conveniently located downstairs. The Pizza is very good, the icecream is delicious and if you are lucky you will get to enjoy the guitarist or saxophone player live!
If you like carpaccio, this place is a must! The steak with arugula and shaved parmesan is my favorite. They also have gluten-free pasta! Enjoy a glass of wine with your favorite dish. I recommend the outside garden seating!
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locals recommend
La Dolce Vita Nuevo Vallarta
108
locals recommend
If you like carpaccio, this place is a must! The steak with arugula and shaved parmesan is my favorite. They also have gluten-free pasta! Enjoy a glass of wine with your favorite dish. I recommend the outside garden seating!
Everyone loves Mr. Cream's for breakfast! If you enjoy omelettes, frech toast, pancakes with a jugo verde and a cup of coffee, then this place is for you! They also have machaca and chilaquiles for more mexican flavors! Sitting outside is my recommendation!
33
locals recommend
Mr. Cream Pancakes and Waffles, Nvo.Vallarta
33
locals recommend
Everyone loves Mr. Cream's for breakfast! If you enjoy omelettes, frech toast, pancakes with a jugo verde and a cup of coffee, then this place is for you! They also have machaca and chilaquiles for more mexican flavors! Sitting outside is my recommendation!
Who doesn't enjoy sushi? This place has typical sushi rolls as well as more local tropical flavor rolls. Try the banana roll for a sweet roll covered lightly with eel sauce!
Saku Sushi Bar
Who doesn't enjoy sushi? This place has typical sushi rolls as well as more local tropical flavor rolls. Try the banana roll for a sweet roll covered lightly with eel sauce!
Nicksan has sushi that is a little more upscale and very good! Another favorite of mine. If you have a car or uber, then you will be just a short 8 minute car drive.
28
locals recommend
Nicksan Nuevo Vallarta
53 Paseo de los Cocoteros
28
locals recommend
Nicksan has sushi that is a little more upscale and very good! Another favorite of mine. If you have a car or uber, then you will be just a short 8 minute car drive.
This place is a must-visit! So much local artisinal art and delicious Mediterranean food to satisfy your palette!
14
locals recommend
Sandrina´s en Bucerias
33 Lázaro Cárdenas
14
locals recommend
This place is a must-visit! So much local artisinal art and delicious Mediterranean food to satisfy your palette!
Sightseeing
"Bucerías meaning "place of divers", is a small beach resort town in Nayarit on a stretch of Mexico's Pacific coast known as the Riviera Nayarit, on the Bay of Banderas, between La Cruz de Huanacaxtle and Nuevo Vallarta. It has a population of about 9,000 residents and is a typical town of the region with cobblestone streets, the main square, church, and many services for visiting foreigners, and features a wide array of restaurants. It has an uninterrupted beach that continues north and south for a total of more than 29 kilometers." TRIPADVISOR
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locals recommend
Bucerías
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locals recommend
"Bucerías meaning "place of divers", is a small beach resort town in Nayarit on a stretch of Mexico's Pacific coast known as the Riviera Nayarit, on the Bay of Banderas, between La Cruz de Huanacaxtle and Nuevo Vallarta. It has a population of about 9,000 residents and is a typical town of the region with cobblestone streets, the main square, church, and many services for visiting foreigners, and features a wide array of restaurants. It has an uninterrupted beach that continues north and south for a total of more than 29 kilometers." TRIPADVISOR
Punta Mita is a 1,500-acre private peninsula that is home to the Four Seasons Punta Mita, St. Regis Punta Mita, and 16 sub-communities. Punta Mita is located on the north end of Banderas Bay in the Mexican state of Nayarit, about 10 miles north of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. There is evidence of prehistoric human settlement in Nayarit. On the Punta Mita peninsula, a hilltop archaeological site known as Careyeros Hill has been dated to c. 800 AD." TRIPADVISOR
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locals recommend
Punta Mita
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locals recommend
Punta Mita is a 1,500-acre private peninsula that is home to the Four Seasons Punta Mita, St. Regis Punta Mita, and 16 sub-communities. Punta Mita is located on the north end of Banderas Bay in the Mexican state of Nayarit, about 10 miles north of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. There is evidence of prehistoric human settlement in Nayarit. On the Punta Mita peninsula, a hilltop archaeological site known as Careyeros Hill has been dated to c. 800 AD." TRIPADVISOR
"La Cruz de Huanacaxtle is a Mexican fishing village known for its fish market situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas in the state of Nayarit. It is situated approximately 25 km from Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. The town name comes from a cross that is made of Huanacaxtle wood which is located at the town's entrance." WIKIPEDIA
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locals recommend
La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
55
locals recommend
"La Cruz de Huanacaxtle is a Mexican fishing village known for its fish market situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas in the state of Nayarit. It is situated approximately 25 km from Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. The town name comes from a cross that is made of Huanacaxtle wood which is located at the town's entrance." WIKIPEDIA
"San Sebastián del Oeste is a town and municipality, located in the western part of Jalisco state, Mexico. Known for La Bufa Trail. It was totally worth the scary ride up! The view is simply spectacular! Iglesia de San Sebastian Martir church is not much to look at outside but the interior is well worth the walk. Every inch is amazing." TRIPADVISOR You can hike through its Traditional alleys, its cobbled streets, and enjoy the local flavors! I also really enjoy Montebello Restaurant for its quaint garden setting inside of a very old building!
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locals recommend
San Sebastián
62
locals recommend
"San Sebastián del Oeste is a town and municipality, located in the western part of Jalisco state, Mexico. Known for La Bufa Trail. It was totally worth the scary ride up! The view is simply spectacular! Iglesia de San Sebastian Martir church is not much to look at outside but the interior is well worth the walk. Every inch is amazing." TRIPADVISOR You can hike through its Traditional alleys, its cobbled streets, and enjoy the local flavors! I also really enjoy Montebello Restaurant for its quaint garden setting inside of a very old building!
It's very close to 3.14 and worth the experience to visit this beach club for a nice vibe, good food and kayaking.
Sabal Playa
114 A Blvd. Costero
It's very close to 3.14 and worth the experience to visit this beach club for a nice vibe, good food and kayaking.
A family trip to this place will be a fun experience as you get to see up close and personal the baby crocodiles and the big ones too!
El Cora Crocodile Sanctuary
A family trip to this place will be a fun experience as you get to see up close and personal the baby crocodiles and the big ones too!
Enjoy a walk thru Bucerias while doing a little art appreciation of local artwork throughout this small beach town. You will also enjoy the local's food!
Art Walk Bucerias
62 Calle Lázaro Cárdenas
Enjoy a walk thru Bucerias while doing a little art appreciation of local artwork throughout this small beach town. You will also enjoy the local's food!

Traveler advice

What to pack

Outdoors is the place to be in our beach town! Dress casual.

Nuevo Vallarta is a casual beach town. Bring comfy shoes to go for early or evening walks to the beach to watch the sunset. Don't forget your bathing suit and your sandals!