Feed your soul with golden beaches, stunning sunsets and a cool vibe. Nayarit is located on Mexico's Pacific Coast and is perfect destination for a romantic escape, or adventure. 

Now more accessible than ever with direct flights from London, the regions are within reach and offer much to be explored. For those yoga fanatics, wellness lovers, surfers and general lovers of culture and charm, Sayulita in Riviera Nayarit is definitely a first stop. 

Sayulita is an easy hour’s drive from Puerto Vallarta's international airport, this winning find lies in the region of Riviera Nayarit, which is also home to the lavish Punta Mita pad. Sayulita offers some of the best surf on the coast, along with paddle and body boarding, too. It is ideal for surfers and the turquoise waters are a true delight for any water sports fanatic.

Visitors can explore the cobbled streets which are vibrant, bustling and offer mouth-watering street food to purchase. Imagine tucking into a cup of ceviche, or a guacamole exploding taco along with chilled corona whilst you explore the town!

 Alternatively, take time to chill out and watch the ocean waves, head down to Don Pedros  for lunch and enjoy true Mexican classics including Beer Battered Shrimp, Taquitos de Pollo and shots of Mezcal.

One of Sayulita's fortes has to be its impressive collection of boutiques and market stalls. Potter around the intertwining streets and be sure to give into temptation. Pretty kaftans, nautical jewellery, hand crafted fabrics and home interiors are apparent everywhere. The seaside haven not only appeals to the laidback surfer type but also to designers, interior lovers and hoteliers who visit the town in search of unique décor and additions to their collections.

 

Where can I stay?

The Haramara Retreat described as the place “where Robinson Crusoe meets Architectural Digest” and one of the best resorts in town!

Prices:

You are looking at around from £177 per person and flights run directly with Thomson airways from London Gatwick and Manchester airports.

(www.thomson.co.uk)

It is not difficult to see why Mexico’s Pacific Coast is a favoured holiday destination. Especial memories await visitors who wish to look forward to a holiday in 2017.