According to Wikipedia: the Blue Flag is a certification by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) that a beach, marina or sustainable boating tourism operator meets its stringent standards. This year Palmares, Camarones, Playa de Oro, Garza Blanca, Sheraton, Amapas, Conchas Chinas I and Conchas Chinas 2 were recertified.
Upon receiving the Blue Flag re-certification of 8 beaches, Puerto Vallarta has become one of the tourist destinations with the largest number of beaches that enjoy this distinction, which were received on Thursday by the interim municipal president Rodolfo Domínguez Monroy, during the XIII National Meeting of Clean Beaches.
After the ceremony headed by federal authorities, the interim mayor celebrated the achievement of all the Vallartenses, because it is thanks to teamwork among the municipal government, private initiative, tourism service providers, citizens and other authorities, which continue to give good results to this city, giving it greater competitiveness compared to other beach destinations and guaranteeing the care and preservation of its natural resources and its environment.
Puerto Vallarta has a total of 8 beaches with Blue Flag recognition, some of them also with national certification, as well as 2 more beaches with the distinction of Sustainable Clean Beaches.
Source: Vallarta Daily