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Dev from Los Angeles asked

Can't miss things to do in Sayulita?

Will be in Sayulita from July 2-6.  We have a home rented already and it's 4 couples, 35 age group.

What are the best places to eat in the city?

Nobody other activities you can recommend?

What are the best airport transfer companies to the city and back?

Any local in-home massage therapists that we can hire to come to the house?  If not, spa recommendations please!

Options for nightlife?



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JR from Manhattan Beach

Sayulita is small, so you'll see the whole town by the time you leave. For food, i'd recommend Sayulita Cafe, which most locals refer to as Chili Rellenos, so you know what to order there. 

Don Pedro's is the biggest restaurant in town right on the beach. You can't miss it and will definitely have a meal there. I recall the carne asada being the most tender i've ever had. Also, ask Don Pedros if they are doing a fire works show off the beach for the 4th. We had them do one for our rehearsal dinner down there, and they are fairly common. 

There is a small tequila tasting bar inside Sayulita Fish Taco which is worth a stop if you're into sampling some fine tequilas. It sits right on the small town square so there stuff to walk around see/shop if everyone isn't a tequila drinker.

For massages, I'd hit up the guys who run Punta Sayulita to ask for a referral. It's a new high-end development in town and they would know the best folks to do house call massages. 

Go take a surf or SUP lesson while you're there. The break is soft and the water is warm, you'll love it. 

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Perfect timing- just booked a trip to Punta Mita and Sayulita for the first week of June. Definitely trying out these spots. Thanks JR!

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  3. Sayulita Fish Taco (restaurant)
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Cassie from Sayulita

Sayulita has quite a few great spots for eating and drinking.  Definitely check out Sayulita Cafe if they are open.  Some restaurants close for the summer as it is typically a slower time of year. Don Pedro's is at the top of my list and the location can't be beat, right on the beach.  

Take a day trip to the Marieta Islands, Mexico on the Ally Cat catamaran.  Super fun, great service.  

There is a spa at the Buddha Gallery where they offer massages and other spa services.  For in home massages Riki Kunhert  would be my first choice.  

There are fun bars in Sayulita...just follow the music.  On Monday nights Don Pedro's has Salsa night.  Rancho Escondido is another fun little place.  

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Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Sayulita Cafe (restaurant)
  2. Don Pedro's (restaurant)
  3. Marieta Islands, Mexico (attraction)
  4. Rancho Escondido (hotel)

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