While many visitors come to Riviera Nayarit to stay in Puerto Vallarta, there is so much more to explore in this region with more than 190 miles of Pacific coastline.
If your ideal vacation revolves around a beautiful stretch of sand, then there are about two dozen small beach towns to choose from, including the exclusive and upscale Punta de Mita, the hip and laid-back Sayulita, a surfer’s paradise, and the secluded Punta Raza, home to a turtle sanctuary.
And if you prefer to relax in the mountains, the Sierra Madre and Sierra de Vallejo Mountain Ranges offer plenty of land adventures, too.
“The attractive thing [in Riviera Nayarit] is that the buyer can invest in presales or move-in-ready homes,” recommended Tania Segura, coordinator at Guadalajara Sotheby’s International Realty.
“You can search for properties from official real estate sites from the comfort of your home and check what real estate agencies are affiliated with the AMPI, which is the closest thing to the NAR [National Association of Realtors] in Mexico.”