The smallest beach in Mexico is located in Puerto Vallarta

If you are tired of visiting the same beaches every year, it is time to talk about Colomitos, a very small one located one kilometer west of Boca de Tomatlan, very close to Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.

Playa Colomitos captivates its visitors, thanks to its soft and clear sand, and its crystal-clear green-emerald waters; It also has rounded rocks and a small stream with waterfall that escapes from a lush tropical forest.

The beach is considered the smallest in Mexico, and some suggest the smallest beach in the world.

With some luck, you will be able to find wild animals on the road, such as raccoons, skunks, foxes, crabs or small reptiles, to name a few. But you do not have to worry, since these little beings are used to visitors and do not tend to bother.

Thanks to the gentle waves, it is possible to swim without any worries, practice snorkeling or sail on a kayak.

Do not think twice and write down Colomitos on your travel list!

Cachito de Paz :)

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