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Limitless possibilities in extraordinary homes

Find the ideal villa for your next holiday

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Casa Roka Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
14 6 7.5
from $6,500
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Villa Pacífica Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
16 7 7.5
from $5,900
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Villa Palmasola Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
22 9 12
from $15,000
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Casa Koko Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
22 9 12
from $7,500
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Casa Querencia Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
24 7 7.5
from $7,500
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Casa del Faro Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
30 10 14
from $10,000
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Casa Majani Riviera Nayarit, Punta Mita
12 6 8
from $6,200

When to go

Sitting on the Mexican West coast, Punta Mita is an all-year-round destination. On average, it gets over 300 days of tropical sun a year, and from November until May – the high season – cool ocean currents make the weather pleasant and stable, attracting tourists worldwide. The winter is also perfect for wildlife tours and spotting humpback whales, dolphins, and even orcas in their natural habitat.

From June until October, visitors can expect regular spells of rain. The summer months are also known to be the hurricane season, although, under normal circumstances, isolated tropical showers come in the evenings, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the day. You will also find fewer crowds and lower prices, which may be ideal for those looking for additional privacy.

How to get there

Punta Mita is easily accessible to international travelers. The central transport hub is the Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport in Puerto Vallarta, which receives daily flights from Los Angeles, Seattle, and Vancouver. Adjacent to the airport, the Aerotron FBO provides service to private aircraft. The remaining over-land journey from both airfields takes about 50-minutes by car. 

Closest Airport

Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR)

one hour drive

Tepic International Airport (TPQ)

three hour drive