The magic town of Sayulita, Mexico, is one of the most attractive destinations in the Mexican Pacific not only because of its rustic streets, but also because of the possibility of surfing or swimming, and "Playa de los Muertos", which is reached through a cemetery.
This town of about 2,300 inhabitants is on the coast that connects the states of Nayarit and Jalisco, about 40 kilometers from Puerto Vallarta.
The beauty of its beaches and bohemian life have attracted tourists from Canada, the United States and Europe and, more recently, Australians, says Richard Zarkin, public relations manager for the . . .