10 Best Places to Visit in Tepic

In case of travelling to the safest places, the best places to visit in Tepic would be among them. There is so much to offer. Exotic places will attract you.

You can engage in playful games. Learn about ancient histories. Have food in some well decorated restaurants. Can stay in some well decorated hotels. Y

ou can meet the local people to know about their culture. Explore the downtown area in search of museums and boutiques. Move out on foot and get to know the area on a more personal level.

Surroundings of Tepic

Surroundings of Tepic
Surroundings of Tepic

The city of Tepic is surrounded by beautiful mountains. They have witnessed many historical events in the country.

They will remind you of the colonial monument in itself. It is known as Tepic de Nervo for the honor of the poet, Place of massive stones, Tierra del Maíz or Very populated site.

Magic Towns of Nayarit

Magic Towns of Nayarit
Magic Towns of Nayarit

It is a place of traditions, culture and gastronomy and tourist destinations for foreigners and nationals.

The Riviera Nayarit is a small but attractive jewel that is also known as Pueblos Mágicos or Magic Towns are left out. The whole of Mexico is a source of  traditions, culture, friendly people, magical places and incredible experiences and Nayarit is full of those. 

Riviera Nayarit

Riviera Nayarit
Riviera Nayarit

Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit is extended from the North border in the municipality of Tecuala to the mouth of the Ameca River, on the boundary with Jalisco. It comes with the coastal lagoons, mangroves, home of crocodiles, wetlands, endemic birds and sea turtles.

Enjoy the Sun and water sports together in Allure beaches. The Riviera Nayarit has family tours and infrastructure for different kinds of events.

The temperature here is warm and humid. Have fun with the verdant rainforest covering the Sierra Madre Mountains contrasting with the Pacific Ocean.

Chacala Mexico

Chacala Mexico
Chacala Mexico

Chacala is a sleepy fishing village further up the coast of the Riviera Nayarit if you are looking for some peace and quiet. It shows much tourism compared to Puerto Vallarta, which can get very busy.

It is not as popular as it takes almost an hour and a half to drive there from Puerto Vallarta. Visiting a place worth the extra effort to get to.

Puerto Vallarta México

Puerto Vallarta México
Puerto Vallarta México

It is the gateway to Riviera Nayarit. There’s plenty of beaches after climbing up the hilly coastline. There is a lot to do around Puerto Vallarta and a good base for exploring Nayarit.

The town itself is beautifully picturesque, with its white-washed houses and resorts and the charming old town crammed with colorful shops and restaurants. It is also popular for its nightlife that is fairly non-existent in other towns at the bay.

Guayabitos Beach Mexico

Guayabitos Beach Mexico
Guayabitos Beach Mexico

Sayulita is a quaint seaside town on Mexico’s Pacific coast. This colorful and relaxed destination, popular for its surf scene. Which is a long stretch of sand lined with trendy cafes and bars.

They are filled with small shops and popular restaurants with delicious Mexican food. There is a ferry ride from Puerto Vallarta to the south of Nayarit. All these islands are some of the most beautiful and unique in Mexico. 

Kupuri Punta Mita

Kupuri Punta Mita
Kupuri Punta Mita

The beach is one of the six beach clubs inside the Punta de Mita resort area. 

It consists of a great sandy beach on the Pacific side of the resort which has a beautiful location that pools to the beach with fantastic views.

The staff is helpful here. Pool is too warm and small to have fun. The long beach is ideal for walking around. 

Playa Destiladeras

Playa Destiladeras

Playa de los muertos is a beach right next to a cemetery. There is a tiki bar at the entrance if you want to order some drinks. Sayulita, which is the main beach, is not that comfortable one. Playa de Los Muertos hit the spot for the day. Chairs and umbrellas for the day are also available. You can get

cheap beers and good service here. There are small areas that are marked for swimming and a lifeguard on duty. 

Playa La Manzanilla

Playa La Manzanilla
Playa La Manzanilla

This is a nice small beach. Families can enjoy it with kids. Children can play around all over the place. The play may not be for those uppity resort tourists. It is located outside of Bucerías.

You can go there with a short drive from downtown PV. The water temperature here is accurate. Tide is gentle and the sand bar stretches out very well.

Some of the restaurants have free parking and sand toys for children. The beach bars provide tables, chairs and an umbrella for their patrons.

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Justin M. Neal
Justin M. Neal

Justin is a freelance writer specializing in adventure, camping, hiking, home improvement, pet and technology. He is an avid animal lover since he was a little boy. He lives with his wife Malina, son Oliver, and their purrfect angel cat, Fifi.

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