Puerto Vallarta was a sleepy fishing village in the 1960s when it was “discovered” by the movie crowd.

Puerto Vallarta was a sleepy fishing village in the 1960s when it was “discovered” by the movie crowd.

The film The Night of the Iguana — and the steamy romance between its star Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor — landed Puerto Vallarta in the gossip columns and on the tourist maps.

As the town became fashionable and grew, the question was, “When will success spoil Puerto Vallarta?” Well, time has passed and the question, “Isn’t it Paradise Lost yet?” is answered with a resounding “no.” Puerto Vallarta (now with more than 256,000 residents) has managed to retain its magical village flavor while becoming a major resort city.



Robin Miller, “The Mexican Beach Bum”, is an agent with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta.

Robin has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners purchase property in Mexico.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS


She can be reached at U.S. (310) 683-0051, or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655.








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