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Punta Mita OUR New Discovery A SECRET BEACH jalisco Mexico: Puerto Vallarta

Punta Mita is a fishing village and luxury resort on Mexico’s Pacific coast. It sits on a small peninsula on Banderas Bay. It’s known for upscale homes, golf courses and private beaches. The public El Anclote Beach, backed by restaurants, has gentle surf. Offshore are the biodiverse Marieta Islands, with wildlife such as humpback whales and blue-footed boobies. To the north is the laid-back surf village of Sayulita.

Welcome to sunny Punta Mita Punta Mita Home to beautiful beaches, world-class activities and more, you will fall in love with this seaside surfer town. Often called the ” crown jewel ” of the Riviera Nayarit, Beachfront vacation rentals are a favorite with travelers to the area. Stunning natural beauty, ecotourism, and jungle retreats are just the beginning. Fantastic and fun restaurants, with Wi-Fi readily available, English speaking doctors and pharmacists, and open-air eateries overlooking the sand and surf.

Other Town And Beaches To See Sayulita Jalisco Mexico we were shocked: Puerto Vallarta, Lo de Marcos, Riviera Nayarit, Bucerias,
Chacala, San Pancho,Punta Mita,Yelapa, Rincon Guanajo, La Penta, Jardin Botanico

The weather in Punta Mita generally is a bit milder than inside the Biha de Banderas (Home to Puerto Vallarta), which is 15 minutes south. November through April is picture perfect with temperatures around 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Nights are often cool enough to need a sweater and jeans. The summer months are hurricane season – but are extremely rare on this stretch of coast. Summer temperatures in Punta Mita average 88F (highs are in the mid 90sF / 35C), with high humidity and rainstorms generally in the late afternoon/evening, which cools the air down for the night. August and September are the wettest months in Punta Mita.

The weather in Punta Mita generally is a bit milder than inside the Biha de Banderas (Home to Puerto Vallarta), which is 25 minutes south. November through April is picture perfect with temperatures around 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Nights are often cool enough to need a sweater and jeans. The summer months are hurricane season – but are extremely rare on this stretch of coast. Summer temperatures in Punta Mita average 88F (highs are in the mid 90sF / 35C), with high humidity and rainstorms generally in the late afternoon/evening, which cools the air down for the night. August and September are the wettest months in Punta Mita.

Community Sayulita, San Pancho, Nuevo Vallart a, Nayarit

The state of Nayarit, on Mexico’s Pacific Coast, is a beach lover’s paradise with a string of tiny pretty towns and secluded resorts guaranteeing your fun in the sun,
Lo de Marco’s, Sayulita, San Pancho, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta Mita
In Lo de Marcos, you will feel the essence of a true Mexican town. Wide, calm streets, colorful flowering trees and brilliantly painted façades accompany patient fishermen as they weave their nets, which they will later throw into the sea located at the end of the paved walkway.
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Punta Mita OUR New Discovery A SECRET BEACH jalisco Mexico: Puerto Vallarta

Punta Mita is a fishing village and luxury resort on Mexico’s Pacific coast. It sits on a small peninsula on Banderas Bay. It’s known for upscale homes, golf courses and private beaches. The public El Anclote Beach, backed by restaurants, has gentle surf. Offshore are the biodiverse Marieta Islands, with wildlife such as humpback whales and blue-footed boobies. To the north is the laid-back surf village of Sayulita.

Welcome to sunny Punta Mita Punta Mita Home to beautiful beaches, world-class activities and more, you will fall in love with this seaside surfer town. Often called the " crown jewel " of the Riviera Nayarit, Beachfront vacation rentals are a favorite with travelers to the area. Stunning natural beauty, ecotourism, and jungle retreats are just the beginning. Fantastic and fun restaurants, with Wi-Fi readily available, English speaking doctors and pharmacists, and open-air eateries overlooking the sand and surf.

Other Town And Beaches To See Sayulita Jalisco Mexico we were shocked: Puerto Vallarta, Lo de Marcos, Riviera Nayarit, Bucerias,
Chacala, San Pancho,Punta Mita,Yelapa, Rincon Guanajo, La Penta, Jardin Botanico

The weather in Punta Mita generally is a bit milder than inside the Biha de Banderas (Home to Puerto Vallarta), which is 15 minutes south. November through April is picture perfect with temperatures around 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Nights are often cool enough to need a sweater and jeans. The summer months are hurricane season – but are extremely rare on this stretch of coast. Summer temperatures in Punta Mita average 88F (highs are in the mid 90sF / 35C), with high humidity and rainstorms generally in the late afternoon/evening, which cools the air down for the night. August and September are the wettest months in Punta Mita.

The weather in Punta Mita generally is a bit milder than inside the Biha de Banderas (Home to Puerto Vallarta), which is 25 minutes south. November through April is picture perfect with temperatures around 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Nights are often cool enough to need a sweater and jeans. The summer months are hurricane season – but are extremely rare on this stretch of coast. Summer temperatures in Punta Mita average 88F (highs are in the mid 90sF / 35C), with high humidity and rainstorms generally in the late afternoon/evening, which cools the air down for the night. August and September are the wettest months in Punta Mita.

Community Sayulita, San Pancho, Nuevo Vallart a, Nayarit

The state of Nayarit, on Mexico's Pacific Coast, is a beach lover's paradise with a string of tiny pretty towns and secluded resorts guaranteeing your fun in the sun,
Lo de Marco's, Sayulita, San Pancho, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta Mita
In Lo de Marcos, you will feel the essence of a true Mexican town. Wide, calm streets, colorful flowering trees and brilliantly painted façades accompany patient fishermen as they weave their nets, which they will later throw into the sea located at the end of the paved walkway.
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