Puerto Vallarta’s newest and brightest jewel is Villa Mandarinas. This 15,000 sq. ft. architectural masterpiece cascades down six beautiful levels of native vegetation, over dramatic cliffs and through colorful gardens overlooking the beach and cove where "The Night of the Iguana" was filmed. The Los Arcos National Park, with its distinctive arched rocks, is considered the centerpiece of the best views in Banderas Bay and stars as the highlight of every vista in this majestic home. Beyond it, downtown Puerto Vallarta, only 15 minutes away. The road to Mismaloya is one of the most beautiful drives in all of Jalisco.
Villa Mandarinas’ distinctive architecture and unique colors can be seen in glimpses from the coastal road miles away, emerging from behind Los Arcos and then disappearing behind the cove where Richard Burton and Liz Taylor fell in love with Mexico. As soon as you turn into Villa Mandarinas’ beautiful stone driveway, you are greeted by the spectacular view that will set the scene throughout your stay and linger in your memory even after your vacation is over. The one downside to this amazing home is that it is very difficult to leave.
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