80.5 F
Puerto Vallarta

New Boca de Tomatlán Pier Ready in Less Than a Month

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – Jalisco’s Secretary of Tourism, Vanessa Pérez Lamas, announced that the Boca de Tomatlán pier, a project that had delays in the works due to the passage of Hurricane Lidia last year, will be inaugurated in less than a month.

More than just a transportation hub, the revamped Boca de Tomatlán pier aims to enhance maritime connectivity and tourist appeal. “It’s not just the pier itself,” explained Pérez Lamas. “The entrance, street, and facades are being improved for a better urban image, and we’re implementing visual hospitality measures. Additionally, beachfront businesses will have new storefronts, creating a more attractive and destination-worthy environment.”

With an investment exceeding 31 million pesos, the project goes beyond infrastructure upgrades. “Boca de Tomatlán shouldn’t be just a transportation point,” stated Pérez Lamas. “It should be a destination where visitors can enjoy dining, strolling, and the beautiful surroundings.”

Meanwhile, construction at the Las Ánimas pier is in its early stages, currently at 20% completion, while maintenance continues on the Quimixto pier. In addition, Lagunitas, one of the two piers in Yelapa, is slated for renovations.

These initiatives highlight Jalisco’s commitment to boosting coastal tourism and providing visitors with enhanced experiences along the picturesque shores of Banderas Bay.

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

MXN - Mexican Peso