Vacation at our Beach Resort in Melaque
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In the winter, the Canadians on vacation in Mexico outnumber the Americans visiting Mexican beach resorts. Canadians love this Mexico resort community for the fun and sun. During the day, the beach area attracts three-piece mariachi bands that play for cash, you will love the Mexican music! Many resort visitors to Melaque bring their own musical instruments along, and you can join in anytime the music is being played. It is customary in Melaque to see a band playing on a street corner and sometimes results in the local and tourist musicians starting an outdoor concert spontaneously.
If you plan to marry while on vacation in Melaque, you will need a passport, and a Mexican marriage license. Proof of age and marital status must be present on your passport or other records required by the Mexican government. Sunset beach weddings have become very popular and Mexican resort weddings are beautiful, either in costume or out of costume.
Resorts like El Palmar are popular for family vacations in Mexico, as they offer in ground swimming pools for those who prefer the clear blue water to the ocean. The extraordinary sight of daring palm tree caretakers climbing the trees to release the coconuts, is always a special treat during your visit.
The Mexican Resorts Area - Costalegra
Costa Alegre is known for its charming Mexican sunsets, desert beaches, and secluded hotel and resorts locations amidst the lush jungle. The Costa Alegre is an exotic coastline of beaches and Mexican vacation resorts on the Pacific coast that is outstanding for its magical beauty, divinely created to delight those tourists who are ever in search of vacation amusement in Mexico.
On your Costalegre vacation, you will discover that the Mexican weather is very similar to that in Hawaii, which makes it an ideal winter vacation resort destination. For those who love diving or fishing, Costa Alegre offers calm beaches of smooth and pristine swell. For those who prefer ecotourism activities, Costa Alegre provides appropriate surroundings for it, amidst fascinating hills and mountains. In Costa Alegre, one can practice a wide variety of recreational activities such as golfing, cycling, camping, horseback riding, polo, diving, tennis, tennis tournaments, fishing, and rappelling, among others.
Mexican Resorts Coastline of the Costalegre
Costa Alegre is a Pacific ocean, coastal area that comprises 60 miles of seaside between Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo; more exactly, it goes from Quemaro beach to Barra de Navidad. Costa Alegre embraces a combination of unspoiled beaches with picturesque traditional villages, hotels and Mexico resorts. It is divided into 5 zones, each of them distinguished by particular geographic features, peculiar architecture, and activities that can be practiced there. Bahia de Navidad, Bahia Tenacatita, Costa Careyes, Bahia de Chamela, and Costa Majahuas have their own charm and special appeal for their tranquil and virgin beaches, extraordinary Mexican vegetation, spectacular hotels, beautiful coves, mysterious mangroves, and large areas of tropical forest. Also famous for a series of bays where mountains and plains form geographical accidents of indescribable beauty. The area is a prodigious place for farming and home to a variety of flora and fauna. The abundant vegetation of this region extends throughout the area and gives shelter to a great variety of small tigers, leopards, wolves, jaguars, and a wide variety of the exotic birds of Mexico.
The region also features interesting cultural diversity. In the different Mexican villages such as Barra de Navidad, Melaque, Cuastecomates, Tenacatita, El Tecuan, Chamela, and Perula can be found several types of handicrafts made by indigenous people of the various ethnic groups that cohabit this southern area of Jalisco. For instance, from the Coras, one can admire beautiful temples that combine Christian imagery with local cultural beliefs such as adoring the sun and the stars. Another important ethnic group is the Huichol, of Nahuatl origin, and known for great artistic creativity expressed through their art and beadwork, all exciting areas to visit on your vacation here in Mexico.
The Costa Alegre Beaches of Melaque, Mexico
The golden sandy beaches of Melaque and the warm waters of Mexico are the main attraction in this popular Mexico resort vacation area. In Mexico, the beaches of the Pacific Ocean find vacationing swimmers and sunbathers from sunrise until sunset enjoying the beautiful weather along with the scenery of the coastal area. The pleasant waters off the beach of the vacation resorts in Melaque, Mexico area are safe and clean.
The white sandy beach stretches for two and a half miles and seems to go on forever as you walk hand in hand watching the sun go down. The days are hot and steamy and the nights are warm and romantic at Mexican resorts. Gaze at the palm trees and exotic Mexican trees that line the coastline as you walk down the shore. The waves come close to shore in some areas and add a touch of peacefulness, the sounds of Mexico. What more could you ask of your vacation in Mexico?
Click HERE for a printable map of Mexico and directions to - El Palmar Mexico Beach Resort - from Manzanillo Airport
The Manzanillo Playa de Oro Airport is located 30 minutes south of the Mexican Resort vacation town of Melaque. It is serviced by most major airlines; Air Alaska from Los Angeles, America West from Arizona and Aeromar from San Antonio. Direct charters to the Mexico resorts city of Manzanillo from Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto. Taxi rides from the Airport to Melaque cost about $30 (USD).
There is daily first class bus service from both Puerta Vallarta and Guadalajara and the fare is approximately $20 one way. Two bus lines servicing Melaque are Flecha Amarilla's Primera Plus and ETN.
For your Mexico Resorts vacation in Melaque you won’t need to rent a car. Buses are cheap and fun, taxis are inexpensive and abundant.
Tepic (Junction of Highway 15 and 200) to Manzanillo: Mex. Hwy 200 intersects Hwy 80 out of Guadalajara, this is the bustling resort village of San Patricio-Melaque on Bahia de Navidad! This village has a selection of local cuisine and international restaurants. It has pharmacies, laundries, medical clinic, internet cafes, etc. A great place to hang out for the whole winter.
If you need more info, contact us or your friendly travel agent.