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A Mexican gem just 30 minutes from Puerto Vallarta, La Cruz is a curious mix of laid back authenticity and upscale amenities.
Cobbled streets where roosters strut and old dogs sleep lead to a marina that has blended in remarkably well with the heart and soul of this community.
If you're a budding musician, you're going to love La Cruz. A lively night scene includes all kinds of open mikes and jam sessions right along with some of the finest musicians you'll find anywhere.
Find unique, locally made gifts, food, clothing and jewelry at the fantastic Sunday Market.
Read more about La Cruz de Huanacaxtle.
Off the coast of Spain in the Iberian Sea lies an archipelago of 4 fabulous little Islands. Like all sisters these islands are very different from one another and range in demeanor from party, party, party to stone villages and horse drawn carriages, there's even a clothing optional island.
Authentic fishing villages and pristine beaches dot the Islas and ferries connect them so that you can visit all of them in a single trip.
Read more about the Balearic Islands here.