August 18, 2019August 24, 2015 by BeachOceanSun A view of popular Delfines Street between the ocean and Manuel Navarrete. Sayulita has been attracting surfers from around the world since the late 60’s. Calle Delfines during the World SUP Championship, May 10-17, 2015. Papel picado banners on Avenida Manuel N. Navarrete Sayulita has a casual, relaxed, ambiance where the bohemian surfer flavor can be seen everywhere. The creation of a master piece… These tacos are a must during any visit to Sayulita. The Real Fish Taco stand can be found of Delfines street, just a few meters from the ocean. Small waves do not deter those determined to Surf. Sayulita offers waves for all skill levels, from the first timers to the experts. More advanced surfers prefer the break across from Delfines Street. Sayulita has surf spots for short boards and long boards. The left end of the Sayulita beach is perfect for learning how to surf or paddleboard. Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) is becoming increasingly popular in Sayulita. Stand Up Paddle Boarding is finding its way into the fishing scene. Colorful shops decorate the streets of Sayulita. Sayulita is full of eclectic shops run by locals and expats from around the world. Downtown Sayulita. Tourists and vendors take a break to watch the soccer game on TV. Sayulita has several surfing schools and surfboard rental shops throughout town and on the beach. Sayulita has many great places to enjoy fresh seafood. A view of popular Calle Delfines between Manuel Navarrete and Avenida Revolución Golf carts are the preferred mode of transportation in Sayulita. You can rent one at one of the many local rental shops. If you feel like having a little treat, just look for the donut man, or the candy man, of the cookie lady, or the muffin lady, or… The candy man is always a big attraction in Sayulita. The candy man skillfully pushes his cart through the sand. There are so many places to eat in Sayulita. And finding a beer is never a problem either! Just another day at the beach. Beautiful homes with beautiful views. Enjoying the beach under the shade of one of the umbrellas provided by the restaurants. At the south end of the beach you’ll find a mix of umbrellas and fishing boats. Cold drinks are always available at any of the free chairs/umbrellas provided by the beach restaurants. The candy man sells 100% authentic Mexican candies. Local musicians entertain beachgoers. Avenida Revolución is the principal avenue in Sayulita. A great example of palapa construction.