Real Estate in Old Town
Old Town, Puerto Vallarta is vibrant and charming. This neighborhood oozes romance, giving credit to its reputation as Puerto Vallarta’s romantic zone. Its character is shaped by the marriage of an authentic Mexican town with world-class amenities indistinguishable from resort destinations.
Here, traditional Mexican-style apartments and luxurious modern developments sprinkle the streets of the romantic zone. Old Town offers potential buyers beachfront homes on Puerto Vallarta’s famous Playa los Muertos.
Condos are a familiar real estate option in Old Town. In fact, a recent development boom in Old Town has meant several new condominium constructions, many offering pre-construction pricing. Applegate Realtors is proud to represent three exclusive condominium developments in Old Town: Rincon de Almas
, and Pacifica
The area is alive with restaurants, shopping, spas, live theater, nightclubs, and more. The charm of the area, diversity of activities, and the ability to enjoy urban, beachfront living is why real estate in Puerto Vallarta’s Old Town is such a desirable option.
What to do in Old Town
Activities and sights
The Old Town farmer’s market has become one of the top weekend attractions in Puerto Vallarta. Everything sold at the market must be produced by the sellers or their employees. This producer-only market philosophy has drawn locals and tourists to locally grown, baked and prepared goods, including artisanship such as paintings, soaps, and jewelry.
Playa los Muertos is the most popular beach in Puerto Vallarta and is located South of the Malecon. This beautiful beach is lined with white sand and the ocean is calm enough for swimming. There are plenty of options to grab a bite to eat or a cocktail. The pier is a gathering spot for local fishermen and provides a great platform for snapping photos of the gorgeous backdrop that is Playa los Muertos.
One of Old Town’s top attractions is its culinary scene. Cafes line the streets of Old Town and international chefs prepare diverse dishes in this eclectic gastronomy world. An authentic and rich atmosphere beckons visitors to taste the local and international cuisine that is carefully prepared by both Mexican chefs and chefs that have arrived in Puerto Vallarta from all over the world.
Old Town is sprinkled with galleries exhibiting works from both local and international artists. During high season, these galleries collaborate in an initiative called the Puerto Vallarta Art Walk
, where visitors are encouraged to explore each gallery.
Old Town lies north of Conchas Chinas
, an exclusive, residential neighborhood that offers homebuyers a tranquil location, and south of the residential neighborhoods Fluvial, Gaviotas, and Aramara