The cultural legacy of the state of Nayarit can be seen in the architecture, museums and traditions of these inland towns.
In the state capital, do visit the Plaza de Armas, Emilia Ortiz Center of Fine Arts, the Regional Museum of Anthropology and History, the State Center for Indigenous Cultures, Juan Escutia Museum, the Amado Nervo Home-Museum and the Interactive Museum of Science and Innovation.
See the former Bellavista Fabrica de Hilados y Tejidos (textile factory) and a beautiful Masonic temple built in 1872.
In this designated Magic Pueblo, visit the Basilica Lateranense and explore the Ceboruco Volcano. From August 1 to 15, come to the Corn Fair and the festivities for Jala's patron saint.
Visit the churches of San Francisco de Asis and the Inmaculada Concepcion, the Presidencia Municipal, the Casa de la Cultura and refreshing swimming spas.
Tour its plazas, the Templo de Santiago Apostol, the Casa de la Cultura, the Anthropology Museum and Regional Museum, Cristo Rey Mountain and Los Toriles archeological site. J Amatlan de Cañas. See the Jesus Nazareno and San Juan Bautista churches and enjoy El Manto, a swimming spa.
Stroll through the Plaza Miguel Hidalgo, explore the market and visit the Museo Comunitario.