From Hola to Adios, a Mexican villa vacation in Punta Mita is guaranteed to satisfy your lust for luxury, relaxation, and adventure.

Punta Mita has become famous worldwide as Mexico’s Premier Resort Community.


Why you should choose Punta Mita for your Mexican Villa Vacation

A couple in an infinity pool silhouetted against the setting sun at Punta Mita

Porqué I hear you say?

Where to begin? It is home to The Four Seasons Resort, The St. Regis Resort, not one but TWO Jack Nicklaus Golf Courses, 15 communities with the most luxurious Mexican villas, Beach Clubs, Spas and award-winning restaurants.

There is beauty everywhere you look on this 1,500-acre peninsula surrounded by 9.5 miles of Pacific Coast, white, sandy beaches and lush tropical flora.

It is also one of the places to which Americans can travel without a passport.

View down an avenue of lush palm trees at the St Regis Resort in Punta Mita

How to get there?

Punta Mita has the advantage of being easily accessible making it the perfect escape for long weekends and some R&R! There are direct flights from all major cities in the U.S, Canada, Mexico and Latin America. Once you’ve landed, Punta Mita is just a 45-minute drive from Puerto Vallarta airport.

A map of Punta Mita

When to go?

Punta Mita has a pleasant, breezy, balmy climate year-round so you really can’t go wrong. During the summer months, temperatures average at around 85 degrees Fahrenheit and go down to about 75 degrees over the winter period. For our luxury Mexican villas in Punta Mita, Low Season rates begin just after Easter week and High Season rates start mid-November.

The sun dips towards the horizon behind a wide, peaceful beach at Punta Mita

Where to Stay?

In one of our Exceptional Mexican Villas in Punta Mita of course!

Punta Mita is well known for being home to the most luxurious Mexican Villas; so it’s no surprise when you witness their magnificent design, décor, and details. Exceptional Villas represent villas in all communities and resorts in Punta Mita along with luxury resorts outside the gates of Punta Mita such as Los Veneros Resort, home to the “W” Hotel Punta Mita and Los Ranchos Estates.

Sundeck and pool area at the Palo de Brazil Estate

Our Mexican villa specialists are lucky enough to eat, sleep and breathe in Punta Mita many times every year so would be delighted to help find the perfect option for your group of friends, family, couples or work colleagues. Punta Mita is ideal for all types of vacations!

Warm tropical sun beats down on sun-loungers by a pool that glitters with deep ultramarine waters

As a guest in one of our Mexican villas in Punta Mita, you will experience the luxury and attentive service for which Punta Mita is acclaimed.

Villa Jade glows prettily in the dusk. View across the pool

Who is it for?

Lady receives a relaxation treatment at the Putna Mita Spa

Punta Mita is a paradise for both relaxation and activity lovers. If you love chilling out on the beach, your favorite book in hand along with a spicy margarita or getting your preferred spa treatment, you will be perfectly happy in Punta Mita… but you will be tempted by your beautiful surroundings full of adventure.

A family on inflatable rings floats down the Lazy River at the Four Seasons Resort at Punta Mita
Beach Bar at Punta Mita
A couple wade through the shallows by a beach hidden within a cave

Punta Mita overlooks the Marietas Islands which is just a 15-20 minute boat ride away. Here is where you can swim in a “natural pool” and watch out for the Blue-footed Booby birds.

The tail of a whale breaks through the water by a whale watching yacht from Punta Mita

Explore underwater life even further through whale watching, diving, and snorkeling at the coral reefs.

Try zip lining, paddle boarding, surfing, fishing, golf and more to work up your appetite for some delicious Mexican delights!

Emma casually zip-lines at hair-raising height across the jungle at Punta Mita
Surf Boards balanced at rest on palm trees by the beach
Golf course at Punta Mita

Where to eat?

If you dream about the real Mexican guacamole, salsa, and tacos come to Punta Mita! After all the sunbathing and activities, you will be hungry and thirsty for sure!

Sufi Restaurant at Punta Mita

Within the gates of Punta Mita, our favorites are Sufi, Sea Breeze, and Carolina at the St.Regis, an Aramara and Ketsi at the Four Seasons. The restaurant at the Punta Mita Residents Beach Club also does delicious seafood dishes and traditional cocktails – a fabulous spot for lunch.

Aramara Restaurant at the Four Seasons in Punta Mita

Just outside the gates of Punta Mita, a short ride on your golf cart is Punta Mita Village. The Village is small and quaint with some fabulous oceanfront restaurants and some small shops. Many of the residents are fishermen who provide fresh catches each day to the restaurants. Our favorites are Tuna Blanca (dessert will blow you away! Trust us! Don’t leave here without ordering the special dessert tray!), The Blue Shrimp, Rosa (Be sure to order the churros!) and Si Senor.

Boats anchored at the beach by the Village at Punta Mita

Our concierge would be delighted to help you arrange bookings at any of these restaurants, or we can also arrange for you a private chef.


Where to day trip from Punta Mita?


Sayulita

You will fall in love with the magical seaside surfer town of Sayulita. The streets are decorated with colorful flags and garlands, and you will find stores filled with one-of-a-kind pieces like handwoven coasters, hand painted skull dolls and hand carved pottery. Sayulita is full of vibrant locals and chic Mexican art shops, markets and boutiques. You could spend hours here marveling at the local artisans making beautiful things on each corner. It is just a 20-minute drive from Punta Mita and worthwhile visiting to indulge in some colorful Mexican culture.

traditional Handmade skull dolls at Sayulita

Where to eat in Sayulita?

Don Pedro’s restaurant and bar – Incredible food and stunning setting right on the beach with a great view of the surf breaks and sunsets.

Sunset in Sayulita

What to do in Sayulita?

Surf, shop, eat… Repeat!

Emma O'Shea: Surf Chick


Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is perfect for touristic activities and city life. It’s much busier and larger than Punta Mita and Sayulita, so it takes a little longer to explore; so why not stay in one of our luxurious Mexican villas in the town? We have many beautiful fully staffed homes in Puerto Vallarta from which to choose.

Luxury Mexican Villa at Puerto Vallarta

Our top tip for Puerto Vallarta is to go off the beaten track through the beautiful cobbled streets, quaint boutiques and some of Mexicos best traditional restaurants.

The View from Mexican Villa - Bahia

Be sure to check out The Iguana Restaurant. Its steeped in historical celebrity gossip! The villa was Elizabeth Taylor’s home while filming “Night of the Iguana” and comes complete with a bridge to a villa across the street where Richard Burton was staying. And so, the tumultuous love affair began!

Where to eat in Puerto Vallarta?

La Palapa Restaurant – gourmet cuisine, top notch service and the beautiful setting of Los Muertos Beach. Those Sunsets make the food even more incredible!

The Sun sets at La Palapa Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta

What to do in Puerto Vallarta?

Why not try a Taco Tour of the city? There is a super Taco Tour that we can help arrange- it offers a great combination to satisfy your craving to discover local cuisine and local life!

Tequila Tasting at Puerto Vallarta

So, if all you can think is “Fajitas and Margaritas” after reading through this, please contact me to find your dream Mexican Villa.

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