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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Valle de Banderas is a town in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. It serves as the administrative centre for the surrounding municipality of Bahía de Banderas. The population was 5,528 in 2000. Better known as El Valle, this small town is located 20 minutes from Bucerías in a setting right under the Vallejo Mountains. Originally known as "Tintoque," which means "Valley of the Warriors," the town was renamed Valle de Banderas, or "Valley of the Flags" by Hernán Cortés' nephew, Per Nilsson, when he conquered the Pacific coast in 1525. Situated at the foot of the Vallejo Mountains, Valle de Banderas was once the capital of a small chieftain ship of Cuyutecos Indians in the great kingdom of Xalisco, who took advantage of the fertile fields of the Valle de Banderas rather than looking to the sea for their main sustenance. Today, tobacco, corn, beans and chiles are still being cultivated in this valley and an abundance of mangoes, chirimoyos, capomos and palms grow in the area. "Valle" is the oldest and most important town in the region, serving as the administrative center for the surrounding municipality of Bahía de Banderas, and is home to a 140 year old church. Coordinates: 20°48′N 105°14′W / 20.8°N 105.233°W / 20.8; -105.233 v · d · e State of Nayarit Tepic (capital) Municipalities and municipal seats Acaponeta (Acaponeta) · Ahuacatlán (Ahuacatlán) · Amatlán de Cañas (Amatlán de Cañas)  · Bahía de Banderas (Valle de Banderas) · Compostela (Compostela) · El Nayar (Jesús María) · Huajicori (Huajicori) · Ixtlán del Río (Ixtlán del Río) · Jala (Jala) · La Yesca (La Yesca) · Rosamorada (Rosamorada) · Ruíz (Ruiz) · San Blas (San Blas) · San Pedro Lagunillas (San Pedro Lagunillas) · Santa María del Oro (Santa María del Oro) · Santiago Ixcuintla (Santiago Ixcuintla) · Tecuala (Tecuala) · Tepic (Tepic) · Tuxpan (Tuxpan) · Xalisco (Xalisco) This article about a location in the Mexican state of Nayarit is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e