Short roadtrips from Hotel Posada de Roger #Sayulita

by / Saturday, 25 January 2014 / Published in Blog

Hotel Posada de Roger, located in the Zona Romantica one of the most privileged areas of Puerto Vallarta and just above the iconic Basilio Badillo Street in Old Town, offers the opportunity for its proximity and its strategic position to approach the typical Mexican Villages as well as various beautiful beaches of the Mexican Pacific.


In the coastal state of Nayarit, Sayulita is, paradise beach you can not miss.
South of the coast of Nayarit, in the Bahia de Banderas is Sayulita, a small paradise adorned by the beauty of the sea, the vigor of the cliffs, rivers, lagoons and marshes full of marine life, beaches placid white sand and lush fauna.
The small community of Sayulita is located between the lush harmony that prevails from the valleys to the coast. Its cobblestone streets, modest homes are well kept and arranged, small kiosko (plaza) next to Temple Square, etc., make this an excellent place. Peaceful for rest and reflection.
From the surrounding hills have a magnificent view of the town and its surroundings: the miracle of its white beaches, warm sunsets, the sounds emanating from the bowels jungle and gradually fade with the last rays of sun, men returning from their plots with happy faces for their accomplished day.
In the resort there are already some excellent hotels and fine seafood restaurants, and you can still camp on the beach safely. It is also considered an ideal destination for family trips and if this were not enough, a strategic point for whale watching during the winter, because this is the place where many of these huge whales stop in great migration from the frozen northern waters.


If you are at downtown of Puerto Vallarta near the Hotel Posada de Roger, the first thing to do is take a blue bus to Wal-Mart passing por the Main Avenue Francisco Medina Asencio, then you’ll take a second bus at Wal-Mart to to Sayulita, about an hour and a half will be in this wonderful place to start enjoying the splendor of its beaches

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