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Local Culture in Sayulita

 

Local culture in Sayulita, Mexico is a unique blend of old world tradition along with a chic bohemian vibe of world travelers and expats. While walking along the streets of Sayulita you are likely to hear snippets of conversation not only in Spanish and English, but also French, Italian, German and more. Check out the Top 20 Reasons to Visit Sayulita and see what you can discover. Sayulita is a fishing village, surf town, foodie's dream, shopper's paradise, and more. A place for adventurers and dreamers alike.

 

 

Like other pueblos in Mexico, the central plaza is Sayulita's "living room". At various times throughout the day and especially in the evenings, you will find families and friends gathering. The benches and low walls around the plantings make for an inviting place to chat and catch up on the day's events and to watch the children play amongst the adults. If traveling with children, the plaza is a great place for families to hang out together and meet new friends. Later at night, the plaza is a happening place to watch indigenous dancers, street performers or listen to live music from various establishments centrally located around the square.  

 A couple dressed in traditional Mexican costumes dance on stage in the Sayulita plaza

 
Mexico is an exuberant, music loving country. If you aren't opposed to some noisy fun, visiting Sayulita during Mexican holidays can offer an experience in local culture you won't soon forget, and will always treasure. Fiestas, Mariachi bands, weddings, parades, carnivals and even dancing horses are some of the colorful cultural experiences found in Sayulita.
 
 
 
The central gazebo in the Sayulita plaza
The best way to experience local culture in Sayulita is to smile..relax...say por favor and gracias..talk to people and have fun!
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