Riviera Nayarit is an amazing place to live & visit. You find yourself immersed in natural beauty, watching exotic birds, surfing Pacific breaks, exploring natural waterways all while enjoying world-renown cuisine and a way of life that is hard to beat.
Many people who want to buy real estate in Sayulita do not know what the surrounding area offers. Each town in Riviera Nayarit boasts something for everyone in the real estate market and so it is important for buyers to get the full picture. A day trip along the coast through these towns will help you to determine where to focus our efforts to find you the right property. Online research or a discussion with an Ai Representative can help you understand more.
Nuevo Vallarta– Many all-inclusive hotels and gated communities, both houses and condominiums; a very manicured feel; fancy restaurants, no tacos stands. The US Consulate and Mexican Immigration (INM) is located here.
Bucerias– Named for “snorkeling”, has a long soft sand beach. It is a larger town with many supermarkets and professional offices; the ocean is great for windsurfing and related watersports.
La Cruz (de Huanacaxtle)– Has a yacht club and a marina; great fish and farmer’s markets— It is a sleepy town with developments on the outskirts and up the coast that is growing with a new highway. That side of the bay reflecting back to the south of Vallarta’s Bahia de Banderas.
Punta Mita & Litibu– The exclusive Four Seasons Resort and other “Ranches” make this town and surrounding area reputable to higher-end buyers. Litibu is north coastal Punta Mita and has government initiated developments. Punta Mita town has a gentle surf break and a couple block main center area with a few shops and restaurants.
Sayulita– This “bohemian” community has drawn a lot of attention in recent years and has become a hub of culture and activity in the area, thus its naming as Pueblo Magico in 2014. The real estate market in Sayulita, Nayarit varies from beachfront villas to land to develop your dream home; there are atractive opportunities for investors/developers. However, please be aware of Ejido property in Sayulita and do not get tricked into buying it. It has a great beginner’s surf break, lots of beach umbrellas and unique galleries to pass the day shopping and sipping cold margaritas.
San Pancho– A quiet town compared to Sayulita, this is another great investment option with many beautiful houses and surrounding jungle. Here they have a fabulous community center, Entre Amigos, as well as a polo club and conservationist initiatives.
Lo De Marcos– Further north, this town has some very affordable real estate opportunities and it is still a largely Mexican town with some snowbirds.