The bay’s northern coast offers the best of both worlds. From world-class golf courses to exclusive developments and resorts, there are typical small towns and abandoned beaches. The north coast is home to Los Veneros and is made up of the Nuevo Vallarta, Bucerías, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle and Punta Mita zones.


Nuevo Vallarta

Ariel of Nueva Vallarta Mexico

A modern tourist complex with three miles of beach and soft surf, here you can find navigable canals for small boats and yachts with medium draught. This is also an exclusive residential zone that includes golf courses and a commercial center.


Beach in Bucerias Mexico

A pretty town with typical stone-paved streets and a wide, extensive beach. Perfect for walking, admiring the scenery or horse riding. Honoring its name ‘land of divers’Bucerias is ideal for diving and all physical activity and here you can also enjoy delicious food at its scenic restaurants facing the sea.

Punta de Mita

Punta Mita Mexico

This dramatically enthralling peninsula owns absolutely exquisite beaches and breathtaking sweeping views of both the Banderas Bay and open water. This privileged land is home to world-class golf courses and luxurious developments like Los Veneros.

La Cruz de Huanacaxtle

Harbor in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle Mexico

A rustic and charming town filled with peace and tranquility that one day will be home to one of the largest marinas on the Pacific Ocean with 1.2 miles of seaside walkways, an open-air theater and of course, a yacht club.


A beach in Sayulita Mexico

A small town and fishing port with a small cove lined by beaches. Sayulita is a favorite beach for surfers and an excellent alternative for those that like to camp with an area specifically reserved for that purpose.