Charming Casita w/Pool in the Heart of San Pancho!

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  • House
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House

Charming Casita w/Pool in the Heart of San Pancho!

Casita Brisa del Mar, or "little house of the ocean breeze," is a recently built two bedroom, one bath bungalow. This private single family residence is situated in a new development in the heart of the quaint seaside village of San Francisco, which the locals lovingly call San Pancho.

This charming casita features a spacious living area, full kitchen, two sizeable bedrooms (one with a queen size bed and the other with two twin size beds) and a full bath with walk-in shower. The casita is fully furnished with genuine Mexican décor and folk art.

Relax, unwind and visit with friends on the secluded back patio with thatch overhang. The main floor ...Read more

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Casita Brisa del Mar

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Charming Casita w/Pool in the Heart of San Pancho!
San Pancho, Mexican Riviera-Pacific Coast, Mexico

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Additional Location Information

Locals affectionately call it San Pancho, a nick name for San Francisco. Prior to the early 1970's it was a tranquil fishing village with a handful of palapa-style houses on the beach and no electricity or running water. Then former president (1970-1976) Luis Escheverria took a proprietary interest in the town, building schools and the only hospital between Vallarta and Tepic - 90 miles away. It's said he had hoped to end up with a prestigious United Nations post by creating a self sufficient town that would be a model for Third World Development. Instead, Escheverria fled Mexico in the 70's and his family's local estate fell to ruin. The schools and hospital remain a central focus of village life and a legacy of his vision.

San Pancho is easy to reach within an hour's drive North of Puerto Vallarta on the paved and well marked Highway 200. Life carries on pretty much as it always has in the pretty pueblos along the way to San Francisco. Offering colorful culture - and miles of uncrowded beaches to explore - the sweeping changes of the 20th Century seem to have by-passed these coastal Mexican towns, their pace what you'd expect south of the border. Remarkable considering their breathtaking topography and proximity to bustling P.V.!

Surfers are attracted by some of the best waves in the area, the coastline picking up swells from the southwest to the northwest. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world's longest rideable wave is just an hour and a half north at Matachen Bay. When a southern swell arrives, this spot goes off with an overhead wave that breaks for up to one and a half miles. Even when the swell is smaller, the bay offers three different point beaks with excellent shape.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest airport: (website: hidden), 24.98 miles
Car is not necessary



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