Come and Visit San Pedro Lagunillas in Nayarit
Due to its natural and aquatic vocation, San Pedro Lagunillas is a must-visit.
In this beautiful municipality, visitors can embark on journeys full of history, color, and green landscapes.
Statistically, San Pedro Lagunillas is the municipality with the fewest inhabitants in Nayarit, and this is where its charm and old-world personality originate. Here, options for having a good time range from the glamorous to the popular.
Points of Interest
Distance from Tepic
Ideal if you enjoy
How to Get to San Pedro Lagunillas
This municipality is hidden amidst the lush valleys of Compostela and the landscapes in the south of Nayarit. To reach it, you need to take the federal highway 200 and drive towards the diversion that leads to the municipal seat. It is located 61 kilometers from the capital, which is about an hour and a half by car.
Gastronomy of San Pedro Lagunillas
The municipality of San Pedro Lagunillas offers a wide variety of dishes, and its geographical location allows for the preparation of seafood, meats, and typical Mexican dishes.
This municipality offers options ranging from the glamorous to the popular. Among the main attractions are the patriotic festivals, featuring the traditional Topadera, a showdown between neighboring neighborhoods where the strategy is to douse the opponent with flour and water.
In addition to the above:
- Tours of the region’s lagoons
- Municipal seat museum
- Architecture of the surrounding towns
Climate in San Pedro Lagunillas
The climate is semi-warm and sub-humid, with temperatures that are not extreme under any circumstances.
Accommodation in San Pedro Lagunillas
Being one of the least populated municipalities, hotel offerings are limited. However, in recent times, there has been an opportunity to camp by the lagoon and a new hotel promises a unique and delightful experience.