Here we have showcased some of the best condominium developments around Riviera Nayarit in order to give you an idea of the possibilities for finding your residence here. Regardless of the area that you choose to explore, there are developments with features that will entice you to look further into them. Some offer quiet getaways, some are in the heart of the action. Most offer amenities you know you don’t want to live without and most will lure you to look at them upclose and in person. The Global Real Estate team is knowledgable on each and every one of these developments and can help you make the choice of which to make your home, your residence, your piece of Mexico.
Puerto Vallarta Area
The Friendliest City in the World. Puerto Vallarta is a beachside city of approximately 200,000 residents. It is home to a mix of Americans, Canadians, and Mexican’s from different areas of the country. Puerto Vallarta has several large shopping malls, thousands of small shops, hundreds of restaurants, movie theaters, a Marina, several golf courses, a hotel zone, markets, the “malecon” walkway lined with sculptures and artwork, performing arts theaters, symphonies, a Convention Center, church’s, dozens of clubs and bars. Properties range from $40,000 to multi million dollar houses and commercial real estate opportunities.
Nuevo Vallarta Area
The “Florida” of Mexico. Manicured palm tree lined level concrete streets, jogging pathways, master plan that maintains the aesthetics of the area. Nearly all of Nuevo’s km’s of golden sand beaches and canals are lined by hotels, timeshare resorts, and condo buildings. Dozens of restaurants, El Tigre Golf & Country Club, Sports Club, Mayan Golf Course, Nuevo Vallarta Marina, Paradise Village Shopping Mall, LAGO REAL shopping mall, casino, new state of the art San Javier Hospital. Exceptional spa’s, resorts, and dining. This area also boasts large grocery store chains Chedrai, Walmart, Sam’s Club, several shopping plaza’s. If you stay here the whole time you may not know you are in Mexico! Home to the endangered sea turtle protection program. Exciting new development to come: Mayan Resorts bringing Cirque du Solei to perform in the new Amphitheater they are building for 2016/17 completion.
Nicknamed “BCrias” for the amount of Canadians from British Columbia that reside here in the winter. Bucerias is a beachside town with nearly 12,000 full time residents, which swells to many times that amount in the winter. The North and South half are divided by a dry river bed (except in summer when water flows through it) adorned by what the locals call “Puente del Beso” – the kissing bridge. You kiss for good luck when you walk over it. Both sides feature dozens of restaurants and shops, activities, nice beaches you can walk on for many kilometres. The town itself sprawls out a few kilometres but the main shopping and restaurant district extends 7 to 8 blocks wide by 3 blocks deep on the beach side of the highway. Over 50 restaurants, several excellent bakeries, little corner stores, and just a few minutes from Bucerias is the MEGA shopping plaza with several banks, a giant grocery store, department store, pharmacy, chiropractor, yoga classes, gelato, food court, Lake Fitness Center, GNC Health store, blinds store, clothing shops. Different types of restaurants: Thai, Japanese, Chinese, French, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean, American, and more.
La Cruz de Huanacaxtle Area
The little fishing village that could. 1900 full time residents, many many times that amount in the winter when people come to enjoy their vacation homes. 5 minutes down the street from Bucerias, 30 minutes from Puerto Vallarta airport. Area amenities include 33 restaurants, shops, full service Marina, yacht club, events, live music 5 nights a week in a variety of locations, community organization Amigos de La Cruz, church’s, Sunday Artisan’s Market, one of the best Fish Markets in the region, movies under the stars Thursday nights, Spanish classes, organic stretching, yoga, sailing, fishing, oyster diving, and more. Winter time there are a variety of activities, summertime is slows down but if you want more action you can always go 5 – 10 minutes to Bucerias. Cobble stone streets, centre square, butcher shop, 4 little grocery stores, many corner stores, beauty parlours, beer and wine store, OXXO’s (like 7-11’s but also sell alcohol and you can pay your bills). Types of restaurants include German, Italian, Mexican, American, and English. The fresh seafood served here is excellent! La Cruz has a few stretches of nice sand beaches, walking from La Cruz to Bucerias you will periodically encounter sets of rocks which can get difficult to get around during high tide.
Punta de Mita Area
Punta de Mita is a beachfront fishing village of approximately 8,000 people that sits outside the private gates of mega development PUNTA MITA. Inside the gates lies the FOUR SEASON’S hotel, St. REGIS, two world class private golf courses, sports and activity facilities, 24-7 security, concierge services, and about a dozen different developments. The developments typically range from $500,000 USD condos to multi million dollar homes. PUNTA MITA is frequented by Hollywood stars, sports athletes, and Fortune 500 executives. Outside the gates, condos and houses typically range from $100,000 USD to $750,000.