❖ Sayulita’s Beaches
Practice extreme sports on its popular waves, become part of the beautiful landscape.
The southern beaches are ideal for beginner surfers, whereas the northern ones are appropriate for all levels.
You can also go swimming, kayaking, fishing, walking, horseback riding or snorkeling. You can’t miss Playa de los Muertos, to get there you have to cross the cemetery; here you will find a lovely beach with clean, soft sand that is perfect for enjoying moments in the shade of the palm trees.
Mal Paso usually has very few people on it so is a good option if you are looking for privacy. Lo de Marcos, 11 miles away, is one of the quietest in the area. We also recommend you visit Kestos and Patzcuarito.
From November to April you can spot humpback whales, these cetaceans arrive here to give birth to their offspring.
❖ Plaza Principal (Main Plaza)
Let the hippie chic, relaxed and friendly atmosphere envelop you. Walk its streets and discover its great variety of galleries, restaurants and local shops.
Discover the cosmopolitan vibes in front of the Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Our Lady of Guadalupe Church) and the pavilion. In these picturesque surroundings you will find galleries, good food, cafes and bars. When the moon appears, its nightlife begins.
❖ Galleries and Shops
Once a small village of coconut trees, Sayulita is now the home of many foreigners and Mexicans who love the arts. Here you can find many galleries and shops that sell paintings, sculptures, and Huichol handicrafts (typical of the region) and Cora handicrafts too, even jewelry, decorative objects, hats, bags, and of course, surf boards. We recommend you visit the Tanana Gallery.