Mazamitla (Spanish [masami'tla] (help·info)) (La Capital de la Montaña) is a town and municipality of the Mexican state of Jalisco. It is located 124 km south of Guadalajara in the Southeast Region and is a popular resort destination for travelers from Guadalajara. Its name comes from the Nahuatl and means "place where arrows to hunt deer are made"; its area is 177.18 km. According to Count II Population and Housing, the municipality has 11671 inhabitants who are devoted mainly to the tertiary sector. For its natural environment it is considered by the federal Secretariat of Tourism as a Pueblo Mágico.
Restaurants in Mazamitla
4.5 based on 65 reviews
This wonderful structure in classic style is really worth stopping by to see. One can easily see how the faithful find spiritual meaning and a worshipful attitude here. We weren't by on a Sunday but even on a Saturday afternoon people were drifting in and out, some stopping to pray, others just enjoying the majestic artwork. One interesting thing I noted is that the church finds it necessary to put a small sign "don't stop in the doorway, come on in" which tells how often people do stop to peek in the door.
If you're in the area, take a look. Spend five minutes, or spend an hour.
4 based on 88 reviews
Would have given this a five except the guys renting horses were less than honest. We paid up front and started down the trail. When we got to the entrance they informed us we had to pay a separate entrance fee and also told us we couldn't go on the same trail as the horses were taking with our kids. We had no other choice but to follow the horses. We were not leaving our kids with a complete stranger!! Not a good experience. Then we got to the bottom and they said we had 20-30 minutes at the falls. It took us 10 more minutes to hike to the falls we had time for one picture and we had to hike back up another 15-20 minutes to get back to the horses. Don't trust these guys and there horses!!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
Like everything in this charming town, the mercado was very clean. We went upstairs were there were some food stalls and had a nice lunch with very friendly service.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Esta plaza tiene muchísimo encanto. Mires por donde mires, solo ves balcones de madera que alternan con el blanco de las Paredes y la pintura roja de algunos elementos decorativos de las casas. Ademas, preside la plaza la iglesia de Mazamitla, un edificio que a mi me recordó en alguno de sus elementos a una pagoda y que le da un toque de distinción al lugar.
5 based on 10 reviews
Es una excelente opción para salir en la noche a tomar algo esta a media cuadra de la plaza y esta bebida invento "del
Dueño" es riquísima.
4 based on 11 reviews
We went with a 10 and 12 year old. And the staff, which was wonderful, was able to accommodate their petite sizes.
We went on ALL of the zip lines. Only caution: after the long one you have to hike up a steep trail, though not long, to be picked up for the trip back.
The little ones were excited because they were able to ride 4 wheelers on a short track. Imagine that! A 50” 10 year old riding a 4 wheeler (and like a pro).
We walked the long suspension bridge. Great views!
As mentioned, at all times the staff was very attentive. We will happily return!
4 based on 29 reviews
In Sierra Tour Adventure learn more about our Range of tours that consiste in touring the Sierra de Mazamitla, both the people and surroundings , enjoying the best views in company with better equipment, specialized guides , detailed information, games and activities to make your trip one real experience.
This is a magic town, they have several eco tourism activities, horse riding, motorcycle rentals, zip lines, and so son, many many options, be sure to ask for directions because the streets in town are very tricky but totally worth it! Great landscapes and weather.
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