The central marina building has a couple of restaurants but other than that all you can do is walk along the docks and look at the cool boats and drool...
This is a great place to stay. Out of the hustle and bustle of Vallarta but on a 20 minute cab ride into town. ( $8.00 ) Lots of nice resorts on the beach and some nice resorts in the Marina its self. Lots of fun and good places to eat, drink and enjoy people watching. Its very safe and... 更多
After many, many trips to PV, we hired a cab to go to San Sebastian a colonial-era mining town. It's about a 90 minute drive into the mountains, much cooler than the coast, and largely unchanged for the last 200+ years. 2 local museums (one very funky family museum) and cobblestone streets, laid-back restaurants, etc. Not the trip for everyone,... 更多
This Marina was nice. It had the usual vendors as expected. There are always vendors where the cruise ships pull into. There is a Walmart across the street also.
The Marina was walking distance to my hotel so this was a daily visit for me. This area has lots of restaurants. I made sure to visit the Starbucks several times. We ate at Victors which was a treat. We were able to have shots with the man himself! We also had the opportunity to go to the Thursday night... 更多
Took a whale watching tour and when we returned we ate like kings & queens. There are plenty of places in & around the marina. Food has always been great.
Plenty of things on the boardwalk around the marina. There are some unfilled spaces but plenty with shops and restaurants. When you eat outside you can look over the boats and watch them going and coming.