Area code 322 is reserved for the Mexican state of Jalisco, and it is most commonly associated with the city of Puerto Vallarta. As of 2014, there is no 322 area code in the United States.
Puerto Vallarta is on the southwestern coast of Mexico. As of 2010, the city had a population of 255,725, making it the second-largest city in the state of Jalisco. The city is named after Ignacio Vallarta, a former governor of the state of Jalisco. Puerto Vallarta is a huge tourist destination, accessible by plane and cruise ship, and the city is comprised of a number of different neighborhoods. Puerto Vallarta's sister cities are Highland Park, Ill., and Santa Barbara, Calif.
Puerto Vallarta is located within the state of Jalisco. Jalisco has a total population of more than seven million people and is the third-richest state in Mexico. Other cities that also use the 322 area code include El Colorado, Las Palmas de Arriba, Ixtapa and El Ranchito. Jalisco's sister states are Washington, California and Shanghai. Jalisco is very culturally rich and is the birthplace to many Mexican icons like mariachi music and the sombrero.
Jalisco's postal codes begin with the numbers 44 through 49 and Puerto Vallarta's postal code is 48300.