Sabores de México
Barra de Navidad
Jalisco 
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Barra de Navidad is the ideal destination for travellers seeking to escape big tourist complexes and look to have a more alternative vacation.
Its natural sites, many of them virtually unexplored, have given it a lot of popularity in recent years.
This is in addition to the recent construction of a highway connecting Guadalajara with Manzanillo.
The warmth of its people enhances its beautiful temperate waters, its variety of water activities, its delicious ocean-focused gastronomy, and the many options for ecotourism.
You are the only missing piece in this rich and beautiful town.
In Barra de Navidad you can begin your day with a visit to the Laguna de Navidad.
Here you can find an important shrimp farm and, next to it, you can try delicious seafood dishes.
You can also do some good fishing here with good chances at catching many different species of fish.
Don’t forget to tour downtown, where you can find the Church of San Antonio.
On its main altar you can see the sculpture of the Christ of the Fallen Arms. />

Wejoytrip recommends
Eating in the traditional taqueria of Los Pitufos port, or in the shade at the beach, where you can eat delicious seafood.
After eating we recommend walking the town’s esplanade.
From it you can witness the stunning evenings that illuminates the sky with intense color.
Another way to enjoy the evening is at the neighboring town of Melaque, only a few miles away.
We recommend doing the tourist route of Jalisco: Costalegre.
This is a route that runs the coasts of the Bay of Navidad, Bay of Tenacatita, Careyes Coast, Majahuas, and Cape Corrientes.
With cliffs overlooking the sea, exclusive eco-hotels, and golf courses all surrounded by tropical vegetation, this area is a favorite destination for travelers that seek to be immersed in nature without casting comfort aside.
We also recommend visiting Cuixmala, or Boca de Iguanas to enjoy ecotourism, snorkel, scuba diving, fishing, kayak, horseback riding, and golf.

Things to see and do
swimming, fishing, gastronomy, horseback riding, hiking, golf, scuba diving, snorkeling.
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