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.
Comala is a Magical Town in the state of Colima, in the central-western region of the country. The town is the head of the municipality of the same name, which is part of the “coffee belt” of that area of Mexico.
Mexico’s Magical Town of Ixtapan de la Sal awaits you with its pleasant climate and warm and comforting natural springs. It is one of the preferred romantic getaways for those living in Mexico City and the surroundings.
In the foothills of its mountain range, the Magical Town of Tapalpa Jalisco welcomes tourists with its natural and architectural beauties and the friendliness of its people.
In the middle of the Sierra de Catorce lies the Magical Town of Real de Catorce, always waiting for visitors to tell them about its legendary mining past and show them its beautiful landscapes…
Cuetzalan Puebla offers the charm of the pre-Hispanic Mexican culture like no other. It achieved the rank of Magical Town in 2002 due to its indigenous life’s anthropological and cultural value and the beauty of its architecture.
The Magical Town of Mineral de Angangueo Michoacan awaits you with its provincial flair of a European village where among other things, you can appreciate the Monarch Butterfly sanctuary and learn about the town’s mining past.
Don’t miss a visit to Paracho Michoacan, better known as the guitar capital of the world. The name of this Magical Town comes from a Chichimeca word meaning “offering.”
In the state of Tlaxcala lies Huamantla, a charming little town full of color and things to discover. In 2007 became an official Magical Town for its artistic, religious, and culinary traditions such as “La Huamantlada.”
Some of the most popular attractions of the Magical Town of Tulum in the Mexican Riviera Maya include coastal and jungle archaeological ruins, enchanting beaches, reserved areas, and dreamy cenotes like the famous Cenote Calavera.