Casablanca Sayulita
Av. del Palmar 79, Sayulita, Mexico
Casablanca Sayulita
Casablanca Sayulita
Casablanca Sayulita
Casablanca Sayulita
Casablanca Sayulita
Casablanca Sayulita
Casablanca Sayulita
Information about this Surf Resort

Riviera Nayarit in Mexico or its actual name which the fishing village of Sayulita not far from Puerto Vallarta is a tranquil beach town that is quicky becoming Mexico's top spot for surfing. the right break fronting the main beach is constant and an ideal spot for beginners to learn and get their feet wet. Swells do get bigger for the more advanced level surfers particularly on the beach's more poplar left break which locals seem to favor. The Anclotes break which is little further north is also a top choice ride that challenges even the most experienced surfer. Other spots along the Riviera Nayarit are Lo de Marcos and Destiladeras. Looking to stay in Sayulita?  We recommend you choose the Casablanca Sayulita with its 14 charming suite that meet all your vacation needs. Close to shops and beaches, its the perfect place to set up camp on your surfing expedition. 


TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews for:


Ranked #9 of 27 Specialty lodging in Sayulita


TripAdvisor Snippets:


“excellent stay”


“nice hotel"


“definitely coming back”





Located in Sayulita Mexico




The MAIN HOUSE of Casablanca is located directly on the Sayulita beach offering non-stop views of the beautiful Pacific Ocean and Sayulita's famous surf break. The design of the MAIN HOUSE offers privacy with harmony. It has 3 master suites, each with 1 king size bed, full bath and terrace. There are also 2 bunk single size beds allowing for up to 10 people to sleep comfortably.

Restaurants and Bars


No restaurant or bar on site. Self catering facilities available. 



  • surf local breaks
  • golf
  • spa 
  • beach activties


Getting There


Sayulita is located 21 miles north of Puerto Vallarta on a two-lane highway. You can take a bus or a taxi from the Puerto Vallarta airport. The buses are safe and cheap! Look for the green and white bus that says Compostela down the side. It should also have Sayulita written on the front window as one of the destinations. It takes a little over an hour to get to Sayulita, and it's an exotic ride through lush jungle. Buses run every 20 minutes on the hour beginning at 6:00 in the morning until the last one leaves Sayulita at 9:20 pm.

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