• Pontoque Beach - Development parcel - Punta de Mita, Riviera Nayarit land for sale in Mexico


Punta de Mita, Riviera Nayarit

Pontoque covers approximately 85 acres (approx. 2100 linear feet of beach frontage) of jungle fringed swimmer friendly beach with sugar soft sand.

Ground cover varies and includes greenery with palms as well as low shrubbery and vines that are lush during the rainy season but dry out for approximately 4-5 months of the year.

Some creek beds run perpendicular to the highway, where hundreds of years of sediment have accumulated. Those areas have palms and greenery year round. Pontoque is one of the lushest beaches in the entire area, which may point to the existence of natural underground wells.

The climate on the north shore of the bay is dryer and less humid than that experienced in Puerto Vallarta and the south side of the bay. The North shore receives roughly 40 inches of rain per year from June through October and only very occasionally during the rest of the year. This however is enough to sustain the greenery in the drier areas until February or March.

36 hectares
Density: 25 rooms per Hectaria = 12 houses or condos per hectare : 4 level max.

    LPR Luxury is the Land and Luxury specialist of Punta de Mita. We represent and sell development beaches and homesite building lots in tourist resort zones. Many properties you see are discreetly offered for sale. Chat with a Senior Agent for a full list of the best properties in the area.

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    • Pontoque Beach - Development parcel - Punta de Mita, Riviera Nayarit land for sale in Mexico

    The entire Bay of Banderas is known as a “hurricane hole” due to its lack of susceptibility to tropical depressions, including hurricanes. Indeed the only recorded hurricane to come close to the bay (making landfall north of and outside it) in October 2002 and is generally considered to have been an anomaly caused by the combination of unusual conditions that allowed the hurricane to make a full landing.

    The average temperature is 80 degrees Fahrenheit and the area enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine a year.