Villa Surya

Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico
A Solar-Powered Sanctuary Atop Sayulita's Nanzal Hill

Nanzal Hill, a coveted neighborhood on the north end of Sayulita, showcases the best of Mexico on one wild hillside: giving you both jungle and sea. It's in this magical setting that architect Arturo Fernandez Möller designed Villa Surya, an eco-friendly luxury home with panoramic views of the bay. 

The entirety of this brand new villa in Sayulita faces the Pacific Ocean and aptly places a high value on light and windows. It envelops you from every angle with blue sky blending smoothly into water, from its spacious living areas with modern furnishings mixed with pieces crafted from natural materials, and hints of Asian influence.

The views are spectacular everywhere, but we think that the master bedroom affords the best ones. We can hardly imagine a lovelier way to greet the day ahead, the possibilities of this bohemian surfer's paradise laid out before you.
Soaring Above Sayulita

Villa Surya is a brand new luxury villa in Sayulita with six bedrooms and breathtaking panoramic views of the Sayulita bay. The structure consists of a spacious, two-story main home, with two bedrooms and two and a half bedrooms, with four private suites tucked below and connected by a staircase. Altogether, the villa can sleep up to 12 people.

You will also have floor-to-ceiling windows in the main home, a large kitchen, living room, outdoor dining area, and an infinity pool with jungle and ocean views. There are balconies off of each bedroom, and a large terrace off of the main living area.

The lower part of the villa has the four individual suites, each one with a queen-size bed, private bath, and a terrace with a private dipping pool. A common kitchenette with a sitting area is perfect for enjoying meals.


TV, air conditioning, high-speed WiFi, infinity pool, two parking spaces (one by the main entrance and one below for the lower part of the house), tropical garden, grass area, BBQ, on-staff maid who comes every day, and can cook on request (extra charges apply), solar power-run electricity, organic and biodegradable soaps, Berkey water purifier in the main kitchen, suitable for events

Please note: The road up to this home has a few steep sections. Guests in good physical shape can walk down to the beach in 10 minutes and to the town center in 15-20 minutes. The walk up will take a little longer. A car or golf cart rental is an option for people who don't want to walk up and down the hill. Taxis are inexpensive and readily available. The owners can also arrange a driver for you with a car or van to take you up and down whenever needed.


Sayulita, Mexico. Nearest airport: Lic. Gustavo Diaz Ordaz Airport (28.8 km), Tepic Airport (86.1 km)


Up until recently, Sayulita was a sleepy fishing village, but in the last few decades, it has developed a hipster surf scene – due to its great waves and sandy beaches. It's a great place to learn to surf, and the town is also known for great restaurants and chilled vibe. There are opportunities for hiking through virgin jungle trails, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, sport fishing, and whale watching.