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The Malecon is a wide pedestrian area that runs about 1 1/2 miles from the 5th of December to Old Town along the Bay of Banderas. There are very impressive sculptures along the Malecon and if you visit during high season, you can take a...More
Tui recommended a visit to the Malecon at our arrival meeting. But after talking with all the hotel staff they advised Sunday was the best day, as all the Mexican families also head down there to have picnics and spend time together. There are beautiful...More
This boardwalk is in the center of the old town is highly entertaining. Lots of shops and restaurants. Avoid the chain or big flashy places. There are all kinds of street vendors and entertainment.
We were doing a puzzle of Malecon Boardwalk and it was...More
Watching the sunset is wonderful in this Boardwalk. You walk very slowly as all the other tourists do, enjoying the sights and felling and smelling the Pacific Ocean. Actos the street, lotes of small tipical restaurants and souvenir stores. In June it is not as...More
The beach is not easily accessible along the Malecon. The Malecon borders a rocky portion of the beach. However, at the southern end of the beach where the restaurants are located, you can sit on the beach, toes in the sand... More
The beach is not easily accessible along the Malecon. The Malecon borders a rocky portion of the beach. However, at the southern end of the beach where the restaurants are located, you can sit on the beach, toes in the sand or wade into the ocean. Just cross the foot bridge and you're there.