Road to Mismaloya
Heading south from Old Town or the Romantic Zone lies an eight mile stretch of roadway that winds its way down to Mismaloya where John Huston filmed “Night of the Iguana” back in the early 60’s. This majestic and ultra scenic eight mile stretch of roadway, where the Sierra Madres cascade down into the crystal blue waters of Banderas Bay, probably equals in beauty to any other eight mile drive on the planet, surely the most spectacular views that exist along the entire Mexican Riviera. Although this stretch of roadway was the first to be developed in the Vallarta area with luxury villas, condos, and hotels, there is still plenty of mountainside land available for future construction projects. Whereas most of the real estate values around Banderas Bay have at least tripled in value during the past decade, they have risen perhaps five-fold along this prime stretch of real estate and will probably double again during the next five years as the development boom continues. Needless to say, resale values in this area are hard to beat.
The first two communities along this route are Alta Vista and Amapas,
both within walking distance of the Romantic Zone with all of its world
class restaurants and entertainment. These two communities are currently
experiencing a luxurious mountainside condominium construction boom with
prices ranging from around $400,000 to well over a million dollars. Virtually
all of these condos have 180* panoramic views of the bay and the entire
downtown Vallarta area.
Although million dollar beachfront villas are located the entire length
of this eight mile stretch of Paradise, the next major neighborhoods of
significance are Sierra Del Mar, Punta Negra, and Garza Blanca, about
five miles south of Conchas Chinas. All three of these areas have plenty
of land available for future growth with virtually all homes over a million
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