Punta Mita's dreamlike beach and jungle environment, with lots to see and do, has attracted an increasing number of remote workers, including many entrepreneurs.
There are about 18 communities at the resort, including private branded residences, golf lots and beachfront condos, and hillside villas built in a modern, contemporary style with Mexican and Mediterranean influences, according to LPR Luxury Punta de Mita. This residential complex is located after the estuary and the beach of La Lancha, on the coastal strip, almost three kilometers long by about 600 meters wide, in which the development of Punta Mita continues. Leaving no stone unturned when it comes to combining the extravagance of pampering with the simplicity of nature, Punta Mita has become an exclusive paradise in the ancestral homeland of the Huichols. The size of the community has increased in recent months, as its members, mostly from the south and west of the U.S.
Peña Nieto extended until 2030 the environmental concession of an estuary that serves as an alibi to prevent public access to the beaches of the Punta Mita peninsula, owned by Fernando Senderos, president of Grupo Desc, who was part of the Mexican Infrastructure Council created by Peña Nieto during his administration in the State of Mexico. For this reason, one of the keys to the viability of the development was from the beginning Cerro Careyeros, a sentinel anchored to the Pacific Ocean that protects the northern end of the peninsula with a strip of one kilometer of cliffs, which extend from Litibu Bay to the battery of cliffs where Stand Four is located Seasons Villas, already inside Punta Mita.