Things to do for Foodies in Sayulita, Mexico 

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    Sayulita Plaza

    6 reviews

    The center of life in Sayulita. Fun to come here on Friday nights when all the locals are out. They have a trampoline for kids, people selling stuff, and music from all the bars playing. During the day you can buy overpriced beaded stuff from members of the huichol indian tribe.

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    Playa Carricitos

    5 reviews

    Beautiful wild beach south of Sayulita. You need to rent a golf cart to get here. But worth the journey. When we came there was one other family on the beach, and that was it. The water was much more clear than in Sayulita. Swimming about 50 yards off shore you could float in the blue with beautiful views up ...

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    Sayulita Beach

    16 reviews

    Beautiful beach with great surfing. You can rent boards all up and down the beach from various stands. The left side as you face the beach from the town is better for swimming - to the right it's rockier.

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    Revolucion del sueno

    3 reviews

    Cool shop selling hip T-shirts and other gear with a hip, artistic flair. They had a bunch of cool shirts that took traditional Mexican iconography (e.g. a picture of Emiliano Zapata) and put him on scooters or stuck an ice cream cone in his hand. Lots of fun.

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    Lunazul Surf Shop

    3 reviews

    Good surf shop with a large assortment of boards to rent. They also rent out nice beach chairs and umbrellas on the end of the beach that is best for surfing. The guys who work here were very cool.

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    Mi Chaparrita

    2 reviews

    Angie can help you arrange horseback riding tours, sport fishing, snorkeling at the nearby Marietas Islands or a zip line tour of the jungle.

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    Playa de Los Muertos

    1 review

    Ditch the crowds and endless hawkers! Playa de los Muertos is quiet, offers lots of shade and spectacular swimming without the downsides of Sayulita beach. To get there, walk south on the road that runs along the beach. Pass through the grounds of Villa Amor, then follow the path through the cemetery to the beach. Bonus: There is a family ...

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    Horse Back Riding

    1 review

    Horse back riding on the beach either in the morning or at sunset. A great experience. Brochures in Condo or check with the Concierge.

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    Evoke the Spirit

    1 review

    A beautiful store with a curated selection of clothing, jewelry, and housewares from all over Mexico.

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    Costa Verde International School

    1 review

    Costa Verde is a lovely international school. My children attended last year and will be returning this year. Spanish immersion with local kids as well as children from many different countries. A small, sweet school with some open-air rooms and a cafeteria out under the mango trees.

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    canape tours

    1 review

    Canape Tours - located along the road from Punta De Mita to Sayulita. A lot of fun for the family/group. They also have other activities like horse back riding on the beach. The brochure is in the Condo with phone numbers, etc. Or the concierge can help you book your adventure.

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  • 12

    La hamaca

    1 review

    Great gift shop, near the main square. Lovely, quality items to take home.

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    Galeria Tanana

    1 review

    Non Profit, fair trade shop where you can buy beautiful beadwork made by the Huichol Tribe. Necklaces, earrings and bracelets with gorgeous fine beadwork. A bit pricier than buying on the street but the money is going to the right place.

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    Patricia's Surf Lessons

    2 reviews

    My friend and I decided to rent a sea kayak from Patricia's. We explained that we were novices and that we would likely be gone for at least 2 hours. Patricia gladly took a 200 peso deposit (the quoted cost was 150 pesos/hr), pointed out a kayak as the best/sturdiest for us, and we were on our way. Unfortunately as ...

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    Don Pato

    1 review

    There is not a lot of nightlife in Sayulita, but of what is there Don Pato seems to be the heart. Located on the 2nd and 3rd stories above the plaza, this open air spot can get pretty lively. When we were there there was a live band doing classic rock. The crowd was super mixed. Tourists and locals. People ...

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    Pacific Coast Golf Cars S.A. de C.V.

    1 review

    Not the typical rental car. You can't really go all that far into the outskirts of town or anywhere beyond. But if you are staying in a house on a hill here in town -- of which there are many -- or if you have health issues, a family with small children, or you just get sensitive to the heat ...

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