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Discover 5 ‘magical towns’ in the Mexican state of Nayarit



Discover 5 'Magical Towns' in Mexico’s Nayarit State

Nayarit is packed with history and breathtaking views, and visitors to them Mexican state have a wide range of small and magical towns to choose from when planning a holiday they will never forget. From islands and lagoons to gorges and valleys, this part of west-central Mexico introduces visitors to hidden gems of all sizes. Here are some of the many unique gems that make Nayarit State such a popular place to visit!


Sayulita’s beaches create a surfer’s paradise. After a long day in the sun, visitors to Sayulita can relax at one of the city’s many spas and enjoy a tasty meal at one of the many restaurants to suit just about any taste. Other top choices among visitors to this city include horseback riding, strolling through art galleries and visiting Monkey mountain.


History buffs will have plenty to discover as they stroll among the many monuments of this historic city. From Cremison Monastery and Latin Annunciation Parish to St. Nicholas Church and St. Mary’s Church for the Greek Orthodox, visitors to these historic areas can learn almost everything there is to know about the historical buildings who made this magical city what it is today.


The Compostella The many beaches and historic sites in the area give this part of Nayarit something for everyone. Visitors to Compostela can enjoy some of the best surfing, hot springs, spas, and other scenic gems in the area. Coral Island, AltaVista and the Museum of Archeology and History are among the city’s top attractions.

San Pancho

The culture of San Pancho is one of the richest in the Nayarit area and visitors can enjoy a variety of cultural centers and galleries that showcase almost every aspect of life in this city. Top attractions include the San Pancho House of Art, La Patrona Polo Club and the city’s many beaches.

San Blas

The San Blas area picturesque cliffs make it one of Nayarit’s most breathtaking hidden gems. This city is also home to several historic buildings, canals, islands and other features, meaning there is something for everyone.

Add one of these Magical cities on your next trip to Mexico today!