Jalisco is located on the western coast of Mexico facing the Pacific Ocean. Jalisco history has contributed many symbols that are representative of Mexican culture. The famous evocative Mariachi music, home of tequila, and the popular wide brimmed sombrero all originated in Jalisco. The region has two main towns, Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara. Puerto Vallarta is located in the Bay of Banderas on the west coast and facing the Pacific Ocean and is a popular resort area. The main capital of the region is Guadalajara, which has a population approaching 3 million. But the city, which was founded in 1542, has numerous historic areas and colonial architecture, cathedrals and palaces which make the city a beautiful place to visit.

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Casa de las Flores Bed and Breakfast
B&B Sleeps 20
Rates 111 - 123 USD
Dickinson Guesthouse
B&B Sleeps 8
Rates 100 - 150 USD
Paradise Village Playa Royale
Condo Sleeps 8
Rates 225 - 400 USD
Ocean Vista Residences Condo
Condo Sleeps 8
Rates 230 - 500 USD
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Villa Sleeps 12
Rates 900 - 1200 USD
La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
Villa Sleeps 6
Rates 225 - 600 USD
Playa del Sol Grand
Resort Sleeps 120
Rates 119 - 255 USD
Residencias Molino de Agua
Condo Sleeps 6
Rates 60 - 85 USD
Villa Tesoro del Mar
Villa Sleeps 14
Rates 1250 - 3000 USD

Jalisco Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Mexico

Visit the town of Tequila and go tequila taste testing at the site of the state’s first tequila factory, established in 1600.

Take a boat ride on Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest fresh water lake.

Stroll through the streets of Mismaloya where "Night of the Ignuana" was filmed.

Buy some original pottery and blown glass in the town of Tlaquepaque, known as "place above clay land" in the Nahuatl language.

Visit the art galleries in the Plaza de Armas, an artistic section of Puerto Vallarta.