Sayulita, in the heart of the Riviera Nayarit, is our home eight to nine months of each year. We enjoy the beauty, the music, the beach, the sunsets, the food, the people, exercise classes, and so much more. As summer has solidly arrived, it’s still beautiful here, but the heat and humidity are too high for us. When it reached 90°F and 75% humidity near the end of June, we decided it was time to pack the motorhome and head for the mountains of México for cooler weather and a change of scenery.
But first, I want to relive the beauty of Sayulita during the past nine months and share the photos with you. We’ll miss the ocean most while we’re away. The sunsets behind Punta Sayulita are always gorgeous, different each day.
The weather is wonderful during autumn, winter, and spring, typically clear blue sky and warm sunshine each day. One day in late May, a cloud cover approached from the north, as though spreading from the village of San Pancho. As we watched from the Alas Blancas Restaurant on the beach, the southern progress of the cloud halted as though Sayulita had an invisible barrier that prevented clouds to cross over. Slowly the cloud began to retreat, appearing to be called back to San Pancho, leaving the view in front of us a clear cerulean reflected by the mellow bay water.
The Zócalo, the central plaza, was decorated beautifully for Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) when we arrived in November. Sayulita is designated a Pueblo Mágico, so the government has been spending more money each year for improvements and beautification of our quaint village. To read more and see more photos, please click HERE
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