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Costa Careyes

The spectacular rugged topography of this unspoiled eight-mile-stretch of Mexico's Pacific Coast is a dramatic foil for the distinctive, environmentally sensitive, architecture specific to this chic community. Brilliant in their elegant simplicity, a handful of luxury villas in banana, strawberry and tangerine hues sprinkle the cliff top.

Virtually uninhabited until less than two decades ago, due to the uncommonly thick jungle vegetation and rugged Sierra Madre mountain ranges, Careyes was first settled by a discerning Italian banker, who had searched the world for the optimum environment in which to live well, amidst untouched nature. In 17 years since he built his first home, Careyes has evolved into a sophisticated tropical paradise whose privileged inhabitants indulge their every whim.

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Costa Careyes

A unique private beach resort that combines the sensuality of the Mediterranean with a unique architecture and the hospitalit…

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