Getting to the paradisiacal Riviera Nayarit in the Mexican Pacific is very easy if you venture through the highway network or one of the two airports that serve this region.
The Pacific Highway is the main highway access route to the state of Nayarit. This road connects Tepic, the capital of the State, with important cities in the country such as Guadalajara and Mazatlán.
From north to south the state is crossed by Federal Highway 15, which runs from Nogales to Mexico City. And on the south coast, Federal Highway 200 connects all destinations in the municipalities of Bahía de Banderas and Compostela with Puerto Vallarta and Tepic. To the north, Highway 54 reaches San Blas, and Highway 15 to Santiago Ixcuintla.
The new Tepic-San Blas Highway is already in operation and reduces the distance between the state capital and the Historic Port to just 20 minutes away. Together with the new San Blas Pier, the coastal municipality of the Riviera Nayarit will surely have more national tourist influx.
The Puerto Vallarta International Airport (PVR) is located only 10 or 15 minutes from the southern hotel zone of the Riviera Nayarit (Nuevo Vallarta / Flamingos), approximately 30 minutes from the Punta de Mita and Litibú hotel zones, and only one hour from the Guayabitos area. With both domestic and international arrivals, this modern airport has much to offer travelers.
The Puerto Vallarta International Airport, Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, is the third airport in the country with the largest number of flights and connections to and from major cities
Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, Puerto Vallarta’s International Airport-PVR, is the third airport in the country with the greatest number of flights and connections to and from important cities.
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