Although the charming village of Sayulita is
only a stone's throw away with its friendly seafood restaurants--one
even hosts a Cordon Bleu trained Chef--the Villa itself is the perfect
destination for those seeking magic, tranquility and renewal.
In this garden setting of flamboyant flowers and
hushed trees, the surrounding hills abound with mango, papaya, and lemon
groves. Each morning as you enjoy a leisurely breakfast served by
the housekeeper in the sweeping terrace you can watch the fishermen
free-dive for oysters and the little fishing boats running up onto the
sand with their fresh catch of the day.
A little further off shore you may catch a
glimpse of migrating whales and playful dolphins as they swim by.
If watching the ebb and flow of the tides isn't enough, miles of
deserted beaches and exotic jungle trails are there to explore, or just
relax with an iced-margarita by your private pool.
One day you may venture into Puerto Vallarta for
lunch and shopping and then happily return to your
"Shangri-La." Another you may head south a few miles to
the new Four Seasons Resort with its Jack Nicklaus golf course.
The old jungle trail has been transformed into a new road and is now
easily driven. Flocks of wild parrots and an abundance of birdlife
may accompany you through this lush and inviting landscape of palms,
citrus, and arbulus trees en route to The Four Seasons and Bahia de
Banderas (The Bay of Flags).