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Do You Know About Nuevo Vallarta?

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Nuevo Vallarta is located on Banderas Bay of the Pacific coast in the state of Nayarit,  Mexico, a 15-minute drive from the Puerto Vallarta International Airport.

This Mexican destination is situated on a long coastal strip composed of several beaches and characterized by large hotels and lush flora and fauna. The communities along the coast include Nuevo Vallarta, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Bucerias, with Sayulita a famous surfing village and San Francisco just 25 minutes from Nuevo Vallarta. Exclusive resort communities such as Punta Mita are located about 30 minutes away.

Weather in Nuevo Vallarta Area


The climate is similar to the Caribbean, it is located close to the equator and is typically hotter than Puerto Vallarta. The area reportedly has over 300 days of sunshine a year, and temperatures range from 20 to 35 Celsius.

The rainy season is July to September, which in reality means only about two hours of warm rain a few days a week. Many people prefer the Pacific coast as they feel protected from major storms and hurricanes by the surrounding mountains and Banderas Bay.

Living on the Pacific Coast of Mexico

Local charm and hospitality along with the safe atmosphere make the area attractive to foreigners. Puerto Vallarta and the Riviera Nayarit have developed into the most desirable and affordable retirement areas in Mexico. The region’s growth is based on North American tourism, expats, and retirees and continues to grow at a rapid pace with first world infrastructure, reliable internet, telecommunications, and satellite TV services. You will find the big box stores Canadians and Americans are accustomed to including Costco, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Staples, Sears and Home Depot.

The perfect blend of modern lifestyle and traditional culture.

For some people retirement includes a daily golf game, the area has a large variety of world-class golf courses. Other activities include deep sea fishing, tennis, surfing, swimming and wandering along miles of unspoiled beaches or hiking in the Sierra Madre mountains, and whale watching on Banderas Bay.

The nightlife offers fabulous seafood restaurants, movie cinemas, live theater or a relaxed night at a local bar taking in some live music. But to start the night off, a stroll down the boardwalk taking in the breathtaking sunset.

Due to the explosive influx of North Americans and Europeans investing, retiring and living in Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta the real estate business is booming. Considering a rental investment, a vacation condo or permanent residence? It is a prime location offering a low cost of living, a wide range of price points from Luxury beachfront villas,  condos with all the resort type amenities to modest homes a couple of miles from the ocean; there are properties to suit any budget.

The advantages of living in Mexico speak for themselves, with proximity and direct flights to the US and Canada, the currency exchange adds to its affordability, miles of beautiful beaches, warm weather year round, first-world infrastructure, and a large established expat community.

Contact MEXLAW in Nuevo Vallarta regarding any legal, real estate or immigration inquiries at contact@mexlaw.ca

Photo: Fotografía aérea de Puerto Vallarta y Nuevo Vallarta / http://arcencielstudio.com