New tourist attractions for Punta de Mita
Tourist attraction and the perfect place for a pleasant time.
Each community of the Riviera Nayarit has a public square; these contribute to strengthen identity and coexistence. The ADEPM is working together with Public Works of the government of Bahía de Banderas to build the first public plaza with a “zócalo” in Punta de Mita.
The initiative began with a call to the citizenry to receive proposals that reflected the schematic project of a typical Mexican square, an area that can motivate the coexistence and recreation of adults, children and adolescents; surrounded by endemic nature of the region and also added a tourist attraction to Punta de Mita.
The winning project has already been obtained, the theme chosen follows a narrative of the community of the past and present which includes the traditional kiosk to carry out musical events, an amphitheater that allows the promotion of art and culture; you can also enjoy a multipurpose area with spaces that will allow you to sit down to eat a snack, read a good book, or just have a good conversation with friends. And for the little ones, they can also enjoy going to the zócalo because they will have an area that promises to be fun, challenging their physical skills.
This esplanade will even become an added tourist attraction to Punta de Mita as it contemplates the construction of a lighthouse with a panoramic view of the 4 Cardinal Points, from which you can take a look at the Marietas Islands, Puerto Vallarta, the Cerro del Mono and the Bay. It will undoubtedly become the best point to take some selfies.
This project will be sponsored by foreign residents living in the region that through voluntary contributions will provide the resources for its construction and will be carried out through a contract of use in which the person responsible for the care and administration of the place will be designated.
“With this project of coexistence, we will allow ourselves to generate opportunities to beautify the community and call on people to revalue the place where they live, not just because they live here, but for those who they live here with”, commented Jason Lavender, president of the ADEPM.