Guayabitos is currently still a real insider tip on the international travel market, but for Mexicans it is already one of the most popular domestic destinations – especially for families. Located directly on the so-called “Riviera Nayarit”, Guayabitos not only captivates with its fine sandy beaches and the crystal clear water of the Pacific Ocean. The small town in the southwest of Mexico also has a lot to offer, both in terms of landscape and culture. By the way, the name of the town is derived from Guayabo, the guava tree. It is native to Guayabitos and was first discovered by the Spanish.