Living in Mexico

Living in MexicoA PLACE TO CALL HOME

Mexico is internationally recognized as a healthy and stable Latin American country. In fact, the size of Mexico’s economy lands it in the top ten largest in the world.

The reasons to live in Mexico extend well beyond simple economics; consider the extraordinary climate and nature, calmer rhythms, cultural diversity, warm and welcoming people, rich history and strong family culture.

VARIETY OF PURHCASE OPTIONS

The Robb Report has called Punta Mita “the Star of the Pacific Coast” and included it among Vacation Homes’ “Best Beach Estates.” The accolades are exciting, although they only tell part of the story.

Yes, the prestigious Punta Mita offers superior homesites, magnificent homes and other community real estate options—but it does so at price levels well below other first tier destinations.

PROVIDING FOR YOUR NEEDS

Punta Mita’s coveted address is enhanced by the familiar comforts that sophisticated residents expect. These include ease of travel, excellent medical care, and reliable safety and security.

Punta Mita is easily accessible with direct commercial flights from major airports throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Latin America. Adjacent to the Puerto Vallarta International Airport is the Aerotron FBO, which serves private aircraft. After arrival, it is only a 28-mile ride to Punta Mita.

NATURE

A diverse ecosystem has fostered a tapestry of natural wonders at Punta Mita. From colorful marine and wildlife, to unusual birds and butterflies, to interesting flora and trees, Mother Nature’s handiwork is visible every day on our 1,500-acre peninsula.

Dine, Punta Mita’s master developer, has long been committed to ecological preservation and sustainable development—from its inception, Punta Mita was crafted with this philosophy at heart. Abundant green areas, protection of legacy trees, and protection of the surrounding waters are all part of the Punta Mita plan.

Four Seasons Resort and Punta Mita’s Golf courses have been recognized by Mexico’s Secretary of the Environment for their voluntary compliance with environmental preservation standards—the only entities in Mexico to receive this award for two consecutive terms.