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It's located 380 miles west of Mexico City, the capital city of Mexico.
What could be more tranquil than enjoying a cool breeze beside the water? Take a trip to El Borrego Beach or Las Islitas Beach for a wonderful day out.
Travel back in time as you stroll around Main Square. This historical site has plenty of stories to tell.
Interested in the area's religious side? Spend a quiet afternoon at Senor de la Asuncion Temple.
La Laguna is 3 miles to the northeast and worthy of a day trip. Need more ideas? San Pedro Lagunillas, 13 miles to the southwest of Santa Maria del Oro, ought to be on your itinerary.
Roughly 20 miles to the northwest, Tepic is a destination with lots to offer visitors. Sanctuary of Guadalupe, Amado Nervo House Museum and Santa Maria Goretti Church are all quite close. Keep in mind, the Juan Escutia Museum and Los Fresnos Park may be more your thing.
Discover the surrounding region from a new angle and try a bit of mountain biking or mountain climbing. They're both popular pastimes in this part of the world.
Cycling and shore fishing are two enjoyable ways to take time out if always being on the go has left you a little frayed around the edges.
For those itching to get outdoors and get wet, why not dive into a couple of watersports like swimming or snorkeling? All you need is some sunblock and a sense of fun.
Check out the region's history museums and craft workshops. They are especially good places to shelter in when the rain starts bucketing down.
On a clear day, make your way out to experience the surrounding area's open-air markets.
Delve into the past by checking out the area's traditional villages and old towns. When it comes to grasping the significance of these structures, a knowledgeable tour guide can make all the difference.
Learn about the area's religion and maybe get in touch with your spiritual side by visiting one or two of Santa Maria del Oro's shrines.
There is no better way to get to know a destination than to literally take a big bite out of it! You're invited to explore the culture, history and personality of Nayarit by dining on some of its top food and drink.
Ask a local what dish best represents the region and aguachile (seafood with chili and lemon) will likely be the first thing they mention. Pescado sarandeado (gray mullet grilled on mangrove wood) is another of the area's signature dishes you ought to sink your teeth into.
You're travelling all the way to the Nayarit region, so why not put in a bit more effort to practise a couple of phrases in the local tongue? It will make your whole experience that little bit sweeter. "¿Cómo estás?" may be very handy. It translates to "how are you?" Maybe you'll find "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" easier to get your head around? This means "would you like to dance?"
If you've got the good luck to be in Santa Maria del Oro on the 16th of September, get ready for some festivities! Independence Day see many locals joining together to celebrate.
You may be poor in Mexican pesos when your holiday comes to an end, but you'll be rich in incredible experiences. "Hasta la vista" Santa Maria del Oro!
Amado Nervo National Airport (TPQ) is the nearest terminal, 18 miles to the west. Make sure you leave more than enough time to reach it.