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Las Alamandas
5 Žvaigždės  
(14 Kambariai)

Km. 83 Carretera Federal 200 Quemaro, Costalegre (Žemėlapis)

The Kids Club offers a sophisticated mini-resort just for young vacationers. Directly beside the beach, the club consists of an open-air pergola with programmed activities such as coloring, painting, and crafts. Kids will also love the playground  daugiau...

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Costa Careyes
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(8 Kambariai)

KM 53.5 Carr. Barra De Navidad, Costalegre (Žemėlapis)

In a palm grove on the edge of a pristine rocky cove with a golden-sand beach the exclusive and stylish hideaway of El Careyes in Costa Alegre, can be found. El Careyes's rooms and suites are built in a pueblo-style horseshoe around an immense oasis  daugiau...

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El Tamarindo Beach & Golf Resort
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(29 Kambariai)

KM 7.5 Carretera Barra De Navidad, Costalegre (Žemėlapis)

Spa Hut, the resort´s natural spa, gets back to basics with culturally inspired treatments, oceanfront spa huts, all-natural products and an authentic Temazcal. A signature 18-hole golf course by David Fleming provides spectacular views of the Pacif  daugiau...

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Costalegre:

Costalegre is a series of different beaches, capes and bays of all sizes and extensions distributed alongside the Pacific Ocean on the western coast-line of the Mexican state of Jalisco, in an area located between two other major and very well known tourist centers, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco and Manzanillo, Colima. In recent years, the Jalisco state government has promoted this zone as a tourist attraction grouping all these beaches under the common name of "Costalegre", which literally translates as "Coast of Joy", but the area has been known as "The Virgin Coast" of Mexico for long time. Each bay or beach is almost next to the other one, separated only by large rock formations, cliffs and few unhabited terrains, so you can move from one to another one in question of minutes, mostly using local boats or "aquatic taxis" named "pangas". Most of these beaches are small size bays, and a couple of them have no real population on their surface, but are placed near little fishermen towns which provides hotel commodities and food. One of the largest bays, Barra de Navidad also has a large lagoon and a first class international hotel, considered one of the best of its category in Mexico, and Costa Careyes it is considered as one of the top resorts and VIP communities in the world, usually visited by famous actors, singers and artists, so due to the variety and extension of the coast, you can find any kind of entertaining and natural attractions, which ranges from Ecotourism in wild and partially virgin and isolated beaches, to high class Spa's, Golf courses, Polo fields and international convention centers. The General history of the Costalegre area dates back to the mid-16th century when the Spanish used Bahia de Navidad for ship building, repairs and a jumping off point to the Philippines. A monument has been erected as a memory to these journeys at the end of the jetty of Barra de Navidad. Ruy López de Villalobos (1500–1544) fleet of six galleon ships, the Santiago, Jorge, San Antonio, San Cristobal, San Martin, and San Juan, left Barra de Navidad, Jalisco, Mexico with 370 to 400 men on November 1, 1542. Perhaps, On the early morning of November 21, 1564, armed with five ships and 500 soldiers, Miguel López de Legazpi and his sail-captain Andrés de Urdaneta sailed from the port of Barra de Navidad, New Spain, in what is now Jalisco state, Mexico.

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