by Annie Scott
You’ve doubtlessly heard of — and perhaps been to — Puerto Vallarta. Well, just north of there, along central Mexico’s Pacific coast, is the state of Nayarit. The coast runs from the tony all-inclusive resorts of Nuevo Vallarta (very near to Puerto Vallarta in the southern part of the state), through the elite and fabulously expensive Punta Mita and up through a series of seaside enclaves catering to all classes of tourists, ending in the sleepy town of San Blas. This coastal region has recently been designated “Riviera Nayarit” and has all the makings of an up-and-coming luxury destination — and if you’re in the market for a vacation home, this area could be your best investment. Let me take you through a couple of the highlights, from the famous polo field in the hipster community to the exclusive resort where the governor likes to stay (no really, he was there when I was, and it wasn’t his first time).
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