I bet you haven’t heard of Isla Aguada Campeche, a heavenly little “island” in the heart of the beautiful Mexican Gulf. I will tell you about what activities you can do on your visit and a little bit of its history to learn more about this Magical Town and maybe encourage you to visit.
In 2001, the Mexican Government started a program called “Pueblos Magicos,” in which a small town or community, based on specific guidelines, could be granted this award (Pueblo Magico).
These guidelines include, but are not limited to: cultural heritage, gastronomy, rich history, architectural attractions, and more.
In the middle of the desert of Coahuila, there is a charming Magical Town called Parras de la Fuente (simply known as Parras).
Papantla is a charming Magical Town in Veracruz, a sanctuary of typical dances, rich in artistic and culinary traditions, and the seat of an ancient pre-Columbian Totonaca city
Real del Monte, also known as Mineral del Monte, is a beautiful Magical Town in Hidalgo. It is the head of the municipality of the same name, located in the central-south zone of the state, very close to Pachuca de Soto.
With its numerous natural beauties, Huautla de Jimenez Oaxaca is a town full of spiritual vibes, excellent for disconnecting and enjoying a relaxing vacation.
The Magical Town of Huasca de Ocampo combines beautiful natural landscapes, mining culture, attractive streets, buildings, and exciting handicraft and gastronomic traditions.
Teotihuacan is part of the Mexican legend and history because of its impressive pyramids and archaeological city, but it also has other exciting attractions.
Chignahuapan Puebla is one of the most welcoming tourist destinations in Mexico, with its colorful kiosk, its churches, the tradition of Christmas spheres, its hot springs, and other attractions.
The colonial Magical Town of Valladolid Mexico, in the Yucatan Peninsula, has splendid architecture, beautiful cenotes, archaeological sites, ecological parks, and much more. ..
The Magical Town of Bernal Queretaro is so closely associated with its famous giant rock (peña) that it is now known as Peña de Bernal when people refer to it.