La Patrona is situated at the gate of the beachside town San Francisco, affectionately known as San Pancho, in Mexico.
The town sits between the jungled hills of the Riviera Nayarit and leads out to a two mile stretch of unspoilt beach on the Pacific Coast. Sweeping views of the forest canopies give way to the sparkling waters of the ocean in this perfect collision of real Mexico and a traveller's dream.
Whether it's Aprés-Polo or pastimes for the non-polo playing, San Pancho has it all - beach, restaurants and shops...Food, music and art both traditional and esoteric. A vibrant local population that is not inundated with tourists but welcomes visitors as it's own. Jungle hikes on horse or foot, trips to the famous neighbouring town of Sayulita, or a 20 minute ride to marine reserve Isla Coral to take a boat out to islands spotting whales and dolphins.
Surfing is a huge attraction on this extraordinary stretch of the coast, whether you're learning or a seasoned surfer. Both San Pancho and Sayulita are renowned throughout the world for surf friendly breaks.
-Take a polo pony or one of La Patrona's majestic Fresians down to the beach via the jungle. As well as polo La Patrona boasts two full size dressage and show jumping arenas and runs regular equestrian clinics and events
Replete with artists and musicians as well as worldly travellers and holiday makers, every moment in San Pancho is an adventure. The town is at once intimate and vibrant and will make you want to come back for longer every time
Stunning 9 hole Course Las Huertas shares the same cobbled road with the entrance to La Patrona. After the course you can enjoy a drink at the hilltop bar overlooking the ocean