Nayarit

NAYARIT RIVIERA
This Riviera is formed by every one of the state beaches and tourist compounds along the Pacific coast, including the San Francisco beach on the north, and coming down through many others which include Sayulita, Punta de Mita, Marietas Islands, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Puerto Vallarta and Nuevo Vallarta, Los Arcos, Quimixto and Majahuitas beaches.

Of course such natural wealth offers visitors many recreational options such as no less than seven first-class golf courses; as well as diving, snorkeling, whale sighting and horse-back riding among many others

Nayarit History

The great Mesoamerican civilization extended from the Sinaloa river on the we...

Nayarit Culture

Dwellers of the mountains for more than 2,000 years, the Coras and Huicholes ...

Nayarit Travel

NAYARIT RIVIERA
This Riviera is formed by every one of the state beach...

Nayarit Map
Nayarit Economy

Located in the mid-west of the nation, Nayarit happens to be the state report...

Nayarit Geography

The state of Nayarit spreads across a territory of 27,815 sq. kilometers in t...

Nayarit Politics

The Nayarit "National Employment Service" serves as an employment agency, provid...

Nayarit Government

Lic. Ney Gonzalez Sanchez, Constitutional Governor of the State of Nayarit, as b...

Nayarit Demography

The state of Nayarit reports a population of a little less than a million inhabi...

Neighboring States to Nayarit
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