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Latitud: 20° 52.472' N
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English (Traducir este texto en Español): Driving north from Puerto Vallarta take the main coast highway (200) toward Campostela take Sayulita turnoff to your right drive to beach. Sayulita is in the state of Nayarit not Jalisco as it is incorrectly listed in wannasurf.<br />+<br />North of Puerto Vallarta (Jalisco), south of Tepic/San Blas (Nayarit) from Hwy 200. 3km from main road. Very easy to locate and access from Puerto Vallarta. A well known surf town and beach.
DistanciaEn la ciudad
LlegadaBuena caminada (15-30 min)
¿Fácil de encontrar?Hay que buscar un poco
¿Acceso publico?Acceso publico
Acceso especialNo sé
Calidad de las olas
ExperienciaTodos los surfistas
FrecuenciaMuy consistente (150 días/año)
TipoArrecife de corales
DirecciónDerecha y izquierda
FondoArenoso con rocas
Longitud normalLargo (150 a 300 m)
Longitud máximaMuy Larga (300 a 500 m)
Buena dirección de la resacaNoroeste, Oeste
Dirección del vientoNoroeste
Talla de la resacaEmpieza en 1.5m-2m /5ft-6ft y permanece hasta el 2.5m+ / 8ft+
Condición de mareaTodas las mareas
Mejor movimiento de mareaMareas ascendentes y descendentes
Poblado durante la semanaUnos pocos surfistas
Poblado en fines de semanaUnos pocos surfistas
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English (Traducir este texto en Español): The wave is definitly a fun wave and under the right conditions can be pretty good. It's much more suited to longboards than shortboards but the locals really have it wired and rip on shortboards (there are several Mexican national champions who live and are from Sayulita). If the swell is over about 6' it tends to close out and many other spots in the area are much better.It is very crowded with novice surfers from all over the world.<br />+<br />Sayulita is a casual, mellow surf break with a fast shortboard ride before the main section, and a longboard ride and glide after the main section. It holds a lot of surfers and has a lot of waves for everyone. Las Olas surf school sometimes crowds the break. Give waves, get waves. Respect the locals... they are HOT! Watch out for people who don't wear leashes. Easy parking and lots of tacos.
English (Traducir este texto en Español): girls, surf well, beatiful beach....sun...bla bla bla....evrything. Sayulita is a great little town with nice people and very good local surfers. In recent years it has become a destination for snowbirds from the States and Canada as well a Europe who all seem to want to learn to surf. The level of clue-lessness is mind boggling. I have been personally run over three times in one session. A introductary lessons is advisable. Surfboard rentals can be found on the beach as well as lessons for beginners and advanced surfers. Patricio Gonzales, national longboard champion for Mexico, gives lessons with Patricia at Capitan Pablos, located directly in front of the main break.They will direct you to the beginners area, clue you in on the surfing dos and donts and rent you a board that is suited for your size and experience. The town has a nice ambiance and good inexpensive food. Definitly avoid Christmas and Easter (Semana Santa)as the town completes fills up with non Mexican tourist as well a hordes from Guadalajara and Mexico City.
English (Traducir este texto en Español): This break is in a quintessential Mexican puebla. It has many tourists during the Nov-May period and few from Jun-October. A very relaxed atmosphere. Take t-shirts and wax to make friends with the locals. Some Spanish is helpful but not necessary. Try www.tambo-de-oro.com for a place to stay. If you plan to tour the area, a car and guide are helpful to find the other local spots. SAYULITA IS A LOT OF FUN.
Por Anonymous , 12-06-2011
objective opinion of sayulita - For those questioning the worth of visiting Sayulita, let me put your mind at rest. Sayulita can be good, but it depends what you are looking for. The great thing about the waves is how long they last however the waves are never that big. If you looking for serious rip go elsewhere because your not going to find it here. The locals are alright, but show respect. Do not be a pincho gringo, and shout USA USA because that's how things get uncomfortable, learn a bit of Spanish or at least Spanglish. The locals will nick your waves & will carve in & out of your general direction, so don't expect them to go by standard rules of surfing. Also everything is overpriced, but its a tourist resort so knowing this, don't waste your money. If your after night life after being a fish for the day head to PV, it's insane. Also beware of the reef, I had to go to PV hospital to have a chip removed from my foot = 4 days out of the water.
Por Anonymous , 25-09-2010
Beach trash? - Anyone know how the beach in Sayulita is after the recent rains? I was in Saladita recently and the beach was totally trashed with wood and plastic that flooded out from the river, and sketchy water quality. Friends are going to Sayulita soon, want to know what's up.
Por Anonymous , 18-09-2010
Kite Surfing Sayulita in December - Looking to go down to Sayulita for Christmas and take some kite boarding lessons. Have heard that the wind and surf can be pretty sketchy. Can you let me know of some instructors there?
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