Mandarina has been envisioned as a world-class resort and residential community destination in the Riviera Nayarit.

Single family and attached residences, hotels and beach clubs, wellness facilities, and other amenities will be throughfully implemented within the site, connecting the project to the breathtaking and rare landscape it is fortunate to inhabit.

This project will serve as an example of taking a whilistic approach to master planning and land development, respecting the land and culture it rests in.

Mandarina is the very definition of a holistic destination for multiple reasons. Its privileged location in the Riviera Nayarit represents the convergence of three different ecosystems, beach, lowlands and highlands, each with a distinctive biodiversity that will be preserved as an imperative of Mandarina’s mission.

World-class resort, residential and wellness facilities will offer unforgettable experiences to those who visit or choose to call this environment and its breathtaking views of lagoons, rivers and beautiful vegetation home. At the center of this natural sanctuary is a higher purpose: becoming the ideal place for people to connect with the universe through peaceful contact with nature.

There are three defined environments: the beach, the lowlands, and the highlands that provide guests and residents with three different experiences. Preserving nature is of great importance at Mandarina. The master plan follows and respects existing topography of the site, causing the least impact possible to the existing natural resources while still taking advantage of the opportunities and beauty of the site. Each environment has its own unique characteristics that appeal to a broad market of perspective buyers.

Mandarina is located in the Compostela municipality and is part of the tourism corridor known as Riviera Nayarit, very close to consolidated developments such as Punta de Mita, San Pancho and Sayulita.
Approximately a 30 minute drive from thePuerto Vallarta International Airport once the toll road is completed and only 30 minutes from the Punta Mita Resort. Current travel time from Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta is around 2 hours. Once the new and currently on construction toll road is completed, it will be reduced to 1 hour and 30 minutes, opening a catchment area of around 18 million people (including Guadalajara and el Bajio).
Special features
The Project design is focused on the “water” element (lagoon, estuary, canals, and bridges). It is inspired by the Prehispanic cultures of the region, Huicholes and Coras. Mandarina will include a health and integral wellness component, an adventure activity center, an agricultural component and will be a low density with a sustainable focus. Mandarina will offer some activities like: fishing, whale watching and water sports.
Area size
Approximately 4.5 kms of Ocean front and 1.3 kilometers of long sandy beach and a private cove, being the surface 255 hectares.
Project Status
The Enviromental Approvals and Permits are in advance stage. Wells are in place and the supply has been secured, electricity, drainage and other utilities have been authorized.

Site Location And Access
The Nayarit area is a beautiful stretch of land located along the west coast of Mexico. Only 60 kilometers north of Puerto Vallarta and approximately 45 minutes from the Puerto Vallarta International Airport, access to this unique region is quick and easy. The site extends from the rock cliffs at the south to the seasonally wet lowlands to the north allowing for much diversity in only 300 hectares of land.