Upon arriving in Destiladeras, you will be enraptured not only by the beautiful scenery of the bay, but also by the family-friendly and welcoming ambiance that can be felt all along the five kilometer (three-mile) beach.
It is common to see groups of young people and children playing with a ball, building interesting sand castles or jumping into the waves with their boogie boards.
This beach’s name can be attributed to a now-extinct freshwater waterfall.
Destiladeras’ golden, fine sands anticipate the promising future with the proposed construction of luxurious hotels, a beach club, first-class spas, restaurants and a golf course that will surely cement the Riviera Nayarit’s reputation as a dreamlike destination for golfers from around the world.
While these dreams become a reality, you can enjoy the tranquility and warmth of the sea in Destiladeras among family and friends.
It is common to see visitors trying their hand at activities such as kayaking and sailing, as well as happy tourists bouncing along on a typical banana boat or running towards the ocean with their colorful boards at the ready.
And for those more adventurous travelers, on the southern part of the beach, the waves can reach up to a meter and a half (five feet) high, a true delight for surfing enthusiasts.
And if you, nonetheless, are of a more reserved nature and you seek tranquility and rest on the ocean shore, this is also the ideal spot for you.
The beach encourages contemplation with its open, clean lands. Or enjoy a stroll along the fine sand beach as you relax to the sounds of the waves and the sight of a breathtaking sunset.
Delight in the delicious dishes served in the seafood restaurants housed inside traditional thatched-roof huts as you listen to accordion music and sing along to traditional Mexican tunes.