The public beach at Playa Careyeros, El Anclote beach and the hidden surf spots of The Cove, El Anclote, Punta Burros and El Faro. There are other beaches in Punta Mita, but most are privatized by luxury resorts such as Santa Punta Mita which is a private peninsula. With its two luxury hotels and residences with prices that only the richest can afford, it has become a coveted refuge in one of the most protected stretches of the Mexican Pacific coast, at the northern end of Banderas Bay.
Surrounded on three sides by dazzling aquamarine waters, Punta Mita has long been distinguished by the beauty of its pristine beaches and unpolluted waters. Punta Mita is an ultra-luxurious 1,500-acre resort and residential complex that sits on a private, spear-shaped peninsula surrounded by white sand beaches, Pacific Ocean waters and lush tropical flora.
Overlooking Punta Mita Pier and Banderas Bay, the club has a magnificent saltwater pool, a stately reception lounge, wooden poolside cabanas, and a beachside restaurant at Sufito Cevicheria Bar.