Nayarit

Welcome to Nayarit

Platillo Tipico - Pescado Zarandeado

Platillo Tipico - Pescado Zarandeado

Riviera Nayarit

Riviera Nayarit

Ciudad Tepic

Ciudad Tepic

Nayarit is a state in western Mexico, facing the Pacific Ocean. It borders with Sinaloa, Durango and Jalisco. It is a state rich in flora and fauna, with a tropical climate on the coast and a desert area.

The capital of the state is Tepic goes back to the time of the Colony where it was the designated capital of the Kingdom of New Galicia by Hernán Cortés. Its peaceful life has made it an ideal place to rest and explore the surrounding areas.

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Banderas Bay International Regatta

Banderas Bay International Regatta

The Banderas Bay International Regatta is a non-profit event, considered the oldest and largest regatta on the west coast of México and one of the largest in the world. It is already a tradition every year to celebrate the Banderas Bay International...

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Riviera Nayarit a new tourist destination

Riviera Nayarit a new tourist destination

The Riviera Nayarit is the new tourist destination in western Mexico where the combination of the coast and the mountainous jungle makes it one of the most attractive places in the country. The Riviera Nayarit has become in recent years another alternative...

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Nayarit Information

Tourist routes for traveling by car:

Nayarit offers four well-identified areas for tourist tours. The colonial zone is an area of ??valleys where you find the villages of Jala, Compostela and Ixtlán del Río, as well as an enigmatic archaeological site.
In the Sierra del Nayar there are various settlements and Huicholes with entrenched traditions and a cultural show of great beauty and tradition. In the Nayar stands the Franciscan temple of Jesus Maria and the temple of Huaynamota.
The Lagunas area is home to Santa María del Oro which is born in a volcano crater, San Pedro Lagunillas and Tepetiltic where you can camp and fish, with a very pleasant climate and ideal for a weekend.
The most popular area of ??the state is the Riviera Nayarit, which rises north of the Puerto Vallarta airport and runs along the coast through countless small fishing villages and large luxury resorts. From Nuevo Vallarta, passing by Bucerias, Punta de Mita and ending in Rincon de Guayabitos, the combination of spectacular beaches, beautiful sunsets and a very pleasant climate all year round, makes this a delight for visitors.

Main Roads:

The Highway 200 connects to Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco with Tepic, and it travels completely the Riviera Nayarit and all the zone of the Bay of Banderas.
Also highlighted is the highway 15 D that connects Guadalajara with Tepic, the capital of Nayarit, and that continues heading north until arriving at Mazatlán and Culiacán. On this road you pass through Tequila, Amatitán and Ixtlán del Río.

Most important cities:

The main cities in the state of Nayarit according to the latest population census in 2010 are:

Tepic with 336,403 inhabitants.
Municipality of Bahía de Banderas, which includes populations such as Bucerías, Punta de Mita and Nuevo Vallarta, among others, all part of the Riviera Nayarit with 105,394 inhabitants.

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