Gorgeous beaches you should not miss in the Riviera Nayarit

There’s no doubt the beaches at Mexico’s Pacific Treasure are the loveliest in the country: some are pretty busy; others, not so much. Don’t miss a chance to visit some of the Riviera Nayarit’s most idyllic spots.

Chacala Beach
This certified clean beach is in Chacala, one of the Riviera Nayarit’s 23 micro-destination. It’s one of our most beautiful beaches: its peculiar color and excellent swimming conditions have made this slice of paradise one of the most popular spots for a family day by the seashore.

La Lancha (Punta de Mita)
A surfer’s paradise, La Lancha has long been a favorite with local wave riders for its extensive beach and mixed waves. Its crystal-clear water welcomes families and friends every day of the week. La Lancha is just a few minutes from the town of Punta de Mita: hop on public transportation or drive by private car via the road to Punta de Mita.

Los Muertos (Sayulita)
Sayulita doesn’t just offer color, culture, surf, and good vibes, but it’s also home to Los Muertos Beach. It’s a short walk from the main beach in Sayulita: simply walk through a cemetery and in just a few minutes you’ll find yourself viewing the quiet expanse of Los Muertos Beach, a truly unforgettable oasis!

Las Islitas (San Blas)
This family beach is perfect for a day of swimming thanks to its calm surf. At Las Islitas you’ll also find delicious traditional dishes including pescado zarandeado (grilled fish), oysters, fish cracklings, cocadas (coconut candy), and banana bread. Don’t forget to take your bug repellent and enjoy a fun banana boat ride!

Plan on a beach day and pick one of our many heavenly retreats in the Riviera Nayarit—you’re sure to fall in love! Don’t forget to take tons of pictures and share them with the #RivieraNayarit hashtag. Tell us which one you liked the best!


Editor's Note: Information courtesy of http://www.rivieranayarit.com/


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