Pinole is a traditional food that has its origins in pre-Hispanic times. It is made from corn flour, sweetened with piloncillo or sugar, and mixed with cinnamon.
Santa Clara del Cobre is home to amazing artisans who have passed the techniques to turn any piece of copper into a real work of art from generation to generation.
Set amidst a lush tropical jungle in the Riviera Nayarit, Mandarina Mexico features the extraordinary One&Only beach resort and a collection of private villas offering authentic cuisine, a Spa, and personalized wellness services.
Mexico has destinations for all kinds of tastes and interests, so if you are looking for a place to rest, relax, explore and go on adventures, you will surely find the perfect place within the Mexican territory.
San Quintin is a small fishing town in Baja California. It has privileged access to the Pacific Ocean, making it an important tourist area of the Ensenada Municipality and an economic key for the state.
Bahia de Los Angeles is nestled in the Baja California peninsula between the Central Desert and the Sea of Cortez. Also considered a biosphere reserve, it is a refuge for whales and countless bird species.
Morelia is one of the most colonial cities in Mexico, full of history, incredible architecture, and delicious gastronomy. It is a perfect place for a weekend getaway!
The Magical Town of Mazamitla Jalisco, in the greenery and beauty of the Sierra del Tigre, awaits you with its beautiful and comfortable mountain cabins and all the charm of its cobblestone streets and village spaces.
Close to Puebla and Mexico City, the Magical Town of Huauchinango welcomes visitors with open arms to offer them its excellent climate, natural and cultural beauties, and floral fair.
Orizaba Veracruz, also called “The City of the Joyful Waters,” is a vice-royal chest full of architectural jewels and marvelous landscapes. I will tell you about its attractions and things to do, but first, let’s dive into its fascinating history.