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Bucerías meaning "place of divers" is a small beach resort town located in the Mexican state of Nayarit on a stretch of that country's Pacific coast known as the Riviera Nayarit, between La Cruz de Huanacaxtle and Nuevo Vallarta.
It is a typical town of the region with cobblestone streets, a main square, church, and many services for visiting foreigners
Bucerias is a favored vacation destination for those who don't want the hustle and bustle of Puerto Vallarta, but want the amenities of a resort town.
Beachfront dining, nightlife, art galleries, tours and shopping are just some of the activities a visitor can enjoy. Bucerias is rich with culture and features the colors, flavors and vitality of Mexico. A rich art scene is present with galleries, and Boutiques and has the most extensive and best representation of Mexican art and crafts including onyx, hand-blown glass, talavera and other ceramics, sculpture, pewter, copper and fabric. Other galleries and shops such as Splurge Gallery feature local and international art and designer pewter;
The Winged Iguana delights customers with 'Art Inspired by Nature'; Casabor and much more. Thursday evenings are Art Walk starting at around 7 pm along Lazaro Cardenas street., where art lovers and shoppers are invited to visit galleries open during the evening serving cocktails, wine, refreshments and snacks while showcasing the artists and their wares.
Bucerias boasts some of the best street tacos and other food, beach and shopping on the Riviera Nayarit. Americans, Canadians, and Europeans run several restaurants and bars in town. It is a bit surprising to discover a British couple offering authentic fish and chips, an Italian restaurant run by Italians, a young French man at the pastry shop, Irish ladies running the Irish pub, and a Japanese lady serving her sushi. With great Mexican food, international fare, great pizza and burgers, Bucerias is definitely a food destination.
About Bucerias, Nayarit
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