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Climbing the rock is the main attraction of this magical town. Use a comfortable shoe since climbing the rock is not easy, apart from needing physical condition it is essential to have safety and caution when climbing the monolith.
Peña de Bernal, Querétaro.
Calvillo Magic TownTo be of Calvillo is to be part of a legacy wrapped in the past cristero: devotion, beautiful women and a working people who will strive to make you aware of the love they have for their land.
Calvillo: Between the agate of fire and the smell of guava
Colima CityIts kind weather, the hottest in the central highlands, is dry arid in the highlands and light wet on the coast, making the visit pleasant at any time of the year.
Let yourself fall in love with the City of Palms
Comala Magic TownWhen you walk through its streets we immediately understand its decoration as one of the magical towns of Mexico:
Comala: The White people of America and Juan Rulfo.
Viñedos de Cote is a wine cellar with more than 40 years. At 2,020 meters above sea level, 50 hectares of fertile and generous land are spread.
Viñedo de Cote, Tequisquiapan, Queretato.
This is precisely what happens with the “Día de los Muertos” celebration at Patzcuaro, Michoacan and those small villages that are around. It is impossible not to fall in love with the cempazúchitl petals, candle lights and the solemn tradition.
For those travelers who are interested in knowing the real and local facet of Yucatan, Puerto Morelos is the ideal destination.
Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo.
San Jose de Gracia Magic TownAmong the threads of its history the memories of the bloody war of the cristeros are interwoven, the creation of a tourist project based on their faith so many times put to the test and having been part of the route of freedom, giving shelter to Miguel Hidalgo and Rib.
The Broken Christ in the magic town
San jose de Gracia Town, Aguascalientes.
Enjoy the most colorful city in Guanajuato, come and see San Miguel de Allende, a magical and beautiful city.
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
Tepatitlan de Morelos TownTepatitlán is synonymous with pride: for its colonial and conservative history, which is reflected in the present combining tradition with modernity, the fame of its women as the most beautiful in Jalisco, and its cheerful Religious fervor with more than ten warm temples and celebrations throughout the year.
Tepatitlán de Morelos: Welcome to the Pearl of Los Altos
Tepatitlan de Morelos, Jalisco.
Tequila Jalisco, home of the traditional agave tequila, the emblematic drink of Mexico. Tequila magical town, of legends and tradition.
Tequisquiapan Magic TownIn Tequisquiapan, crafts were an important part of their development. Basketry, rattan furniture, cane, wand, wicker, bejuco were worked and nowadays synthetic fiber is worked.
Tequisquiapan: You will love this Magic Town
Strolling through the ruins is a simple way to be part of that universe in which the mundane and the sacred intermingle, is a great chance to understand more deeply where the magic that belongs to Mexican culture comes from.
Tulum, Quintana Roo.
Valle de Guadalupe Town"To Valle de Guadalupe I want to sing my run the first time I knew that God was born there I checked with the sky of my beloved Jalisco."
Valle de Guadalupe “In the privacy of the waterfall protected by oaks and charros”
Valle de Guadalupe, Jalisco.
View the magical towns of Mexico
Travel and stop to enjoy the wonders of each Mexican town, where natural wonders, stories, flavors and fantastic colors are hidden. Walk the roads of Mexico, exploring the fantastic villages hidden in the hills and hills of Mexican landscapes.
Go and enjoy typical foods from each region of the country, take your palate to the typical towns of Mexico. Fall in love with the warm and friendly people who live in these magical towns. Enjoy the typical drinks of western Mexico, visit the places where they are produced, such as Tequila Jalisco.
Perform outdoor activities in the various adventures offered by Mexican peoples. Ride a horse in the ranches and landscapes of Mexico. Meet the vine or agave plantations in your country. Visit and enjoy the festivals held in the beautiful towns of Mexico.
Visit the magical towns of the country during their holiday seasons. Dance, eat and drink in the historic centers of the towns of Mexico. Stay in the comfortable and cozy cabins of the beautiful Mexican villages and eat typical homemade and home-cooked breakfast offered by restaurants in the magical towns.