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Sayulita started as a tiny fishing village on the coast of Mexico and is slowly growing as a tourist destination. Located just north of the Bay of Banderas region, the town is relatively new.
Sayulita is renowned for its rare black and white beaches and amazing surfing. The surf is perfect for beginners of any age and background. Rustic taco stands and tortillerías adorn the town square. A recent government ordinance prevents the cutting of trees in order to maintain the enchanting feel of this once undiscovered tropical paradise.
Just beyond Sayulita, is the quieter but equally vibrant San Francisco, known to locals as San Pancho. A brand-new Polo field attracts weekend visitors to wine and dine in the patio restaurant/lounge overlooking the game.
The San Pancho Cultural Center offers nightly events including film screenings, art openings, cultural workshops and concerts. There are several popular restaurants downtown specializing in wine bars and global cuisine. The community has also put together a cooperative garden in the center of town and an impressive recycling program. An expansive beach lines this charming town filled with beautiful little beach houses and manicured gardens.
The inviting, and genuinely Mexican town of Lo De Marcos, still to be discovered by foreign tourists, is located just 20 minutes north of the San Pancho. It is a popular spot with affluent Mexican families who vacation here on weekends and holidays, spending the entire day, from dawn to dusk, frolicking at the beach. The beach is a great beach to walk along, and also for a horseback ride.
The town of Lo de Marcos is clean, quiet and tranquil, and the locals are very friendly. On most weekdays you may find you have its wide expanse of beautiful, unspoiled beach to yourself. Lo de Marcos is a great destination for a family vacation or for expats seeking a beautiful beach, solitude, nature and tranquility.
Rincón de Guayabitos is a small and colorful resort and fishing village nestled between the rugged Sierra Madre Occidental mountains and the gentle Bay of Jaltemba. It is widely known as a safe, friendly, and family-oriented beach town, as well as a vacation spot for budget-conscious travelers. Over the past 5-10 years, Guayabitos has gained popularity as a vacation and second home destination for Americans, Canadians and Europeans. The name Rincón de Guayabitos means “corner of little guava trees” in reference to the guava orchards that used to be planted throughout the bay area.
Chacala is the least developed vacation spot on Mexico’s West Coast. It is just south of the well known vacation town of San Blas and north of the popular vacation destination, Puerto Vallarta. While Chacala was a Mexican commercial port 100 years ago, it has been relatively hidden until a new road was built last year.
Chacala offers them a calm bay with gentle surf for swimming, fishing and snorkeling excursions, and has some of the best surfing in the area. Chacala is an ecological convergence zone for hundreds of birds and sits under an ancient volcano where one can hike and look back on the sweeping vista of Chacala Bay.
You can add a pueblo tour to your reservation during the booking process.