Tesoro’s location in Punta Mita offers the perfect backdrop for enjoying vacation time with its spectacular setting, sublime services, abundant active pursuits, and relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere. When sun, sand, ocean breezes, azure waters, and tropical landscapes converge as they have along Punta Mita’s nine-and-a-half miles of pristine coastline, amazing things occur.
Once a rustic fishing village, Punta Mita is now an innovative resort and residential community covering more than 1,500 acres on a spear-shaped peninsula surrounded on three sides by white sand beaches, Pacific Ocean waters, and lush tropical flora. The master-planned community of Punta Mita is home to the Four Seasons and St. Regis Punta Mita resorts, a variety of exclusive residential offerings and estate lots, and an array of world-class recreational amenities including a tennis and fitness center, three private Beach Clubs, recreational trails, pier, and two Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses.
It’s important to note there are really two areas here: the “Punta Mita” resort, and the town of Punta de Mita, also referred to as El Anclote. “Punta Mita” -- where Tesoro is located -- refers to the resorts, estates, homes, and amenities inside the gates of the planned luxury community. Punta de Mita refers to the adjacent town, and seaside village.
Punta Mita is known for its “beach-chic”, casual lifestyle. While upscale, it is a relaxed, comfortable and welcoming place, where board shorts are acceptable everywhere. It’s a family-friendly place, where kids are a welcome and a regular part of the scene. The favored form of transportation? Golf carts – to easily zip around the resort and into the Punta de Mita village. Daytime activities revolve around the beach and pools, and the endless array of water-bound activities. But there’s more: a flourishing jungle landscape lines the coast where you can dip into waterfalls, zipline amidst the trees, hike, bike, or horseback ride its many trails.
Punta Mita’s breezy, balmy climate is a year-round draw. Because it shares the same latitude as the Hawaiian Islands, gentle sea breezes keep the temperature comfortable during the dry, warm winters and through the hot, semi-humid summers. Hurricanes are rare in this stretch of Pacific Coast, and even during the rainy season (June – September), rains typically occur in the evening for an hour or two -- then clears up by morning. With an average of 345 days of sunshine per year, Punta Mita boasts one of the most pleasant climates in the world.