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I'd head the other way to Sayulita (ie, northwest), where you'll find a low-key beach town that's a step away from the big-resort feel of PV. In the PV vicinity, I'd recommend the all-inclusive Grand Velas, if you don't mind the all-inclusive thing. Look out for seasonal specials like kids under 16 stay free in their parents' suite. Here's a link with some more info on Sayulita: http://vacation.away.com/mexico/travel-v2-cid334502-sayulita-cid1606-beach-vacations.html
Answer this2 AnswersWhile not certain of the particular beach, the following suggestions may lead to its rediscovery. Having 25 miles of shoreline and 40 individual beaches on the Bay of Banderas, the numerous beach locations are phenomenal, with each possessing unique characteristics and ambience. At the northern tip, the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez join the waters of Banderas Bay, forming the North Beaches of Punta de Mita. Another fabulous destination of the north shore beaches includes Hidden Paradise/Destilladeras. To the south, four spectacular isolated beaches offer options, the first three of which are remotely secluded and require accessibility via boat. Quimixto provides a cobblestone walkway winding to a nearby waterfall. Majahuitas is located on a sheltered cove. Yelapa is a favored inviting beach. Lastly, Playa del Amor, where a waterfall flows from the mountain to the beach in the rainy season, offers magnificent views. Hopefully, you will find what you seek as well as many other gems.