Sayulita is a village of about 2,000 residents located 22 miles North of Puerto Vallarta.The climate is tropical with a rainy season during the summer months. The ocean waters rarely dip below 74°F even during the winter and the sea life is abundant. Visitors can expect to see whales, sea turtles, colorful tropical fish, and live coral.
Check out this list by Sayulita Life on why you’ll love your visit!
Sayulita has everything you could ever want in a vacation. Offering jungle hikes, horseback rides, scuba diving, surfing, canopy tours, yoga, snorkeling, ATV tours, sailboat charters, golfing, professional fishing charters, massages, spas, retreats, and workshops. With everything from adrenaline pumping activities to sweet relaxation, it is truly a vacation destination that can please every desire.
Sayulita is one of Mexico’s premier surf destinations. With a slow right perfect for beginners and a fast, steep left for more advanced surfers, there’s something for everyone. Stop by Lunazul Surf Shop for board rentals, board purchase, wax, or some local advice on where to eat, stay, or surf. Our guests get a 20% discount on board rentals.
Food and Shopping in Town
There are restaurants in town that offer an array of food. Everything from traditional Mexican to Italian to American and French style food is available in Sayulita. All of the restaurants are very inexpensive, the average meal costs about $8; for a satisfying dinner you can spend anywhere from $4 to $30.
Experience Sayulita's bohemian, gypsy style! A more relaxed day can be spent meandering around the village shopping for fine handcrafted jewelry, art, and clothing from all over Mexico and even from other countries around the world. There are a few famous art galleries around Sayulita, so grab a drink and go on your own gallery hop! There are a variety of bohemian boutiques in Sayulita that offer beautiful handmade, unique items. On Sundays, Sayulita hosts a small street fair with tents and stalls lining one of the town’s cobblestone streets allowing vendors to temporarily display their local handicrafts, clothing, and home-cooked food. Check out this article on some of the best shops in Sayulita!