Come and Visit Santiago Ixcuintla in Nayarit
It’s the representation of Nayarit’s Joyful Coast, a municipality with beautiful beaches, enviable seafood cuisine, cheerful locals, and historic buildings that frame its beautiful squares.
It is home to the National Spring Fair, the most important in the state today, and offers dozens of culinary options ranging from beachside palapas, famous botanero centers, to gourmet restaurants.
It also has an extensive mangrove area where the richest biodiversity of this municipality resides, its flora and fauna are recognized worldwide as the national marshes.
Points of Interest
Distance from Tepic
Ideal if you enjoy
How to Get to Santiago Ixcuintla
If you’re visiting Santiago, you can get there by bus, departing from Tepic at the central bus station, or by private vehicle via the Tepic – Mazatlán highway.
What to Eat in Santiago Ixcuintla
The cuisine in Santiago is undoubtedly one of the most representative of Nayarit, with a strong presence of seafood such as shrimp meatballs, taxtihuil, steamed shrimp from Pozo de Ibarra, grilled fish, and many more seafood dishes that are consumed fresh daily in the area.
The Temple of the Lord of the Ascension
The Municipal Palace
The Aguirre House
The Museum next to the Town Hall
Museum on Mexcaltitlán Island
Los Corchos Beach
Las Coloradas Beach
Palmar de Cuautla Beach
Isla Isabel National Park
Climate in Santiago Ixcuintla
Santiago has the hottest climate in the state, so it’s important to note that high temperatures prevail for most of the year.
Accommodation in Santiago Ixcuintla
This municipality offers a variety of lodging options, from cozy boutique hotels to comfortable resorts. It has everything you need for an unforgettable stay.