Pueblos Magicos Towns and Cities

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The Pueblo Magicos program was developed by the Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with other government agencies including State and Municipal governments. It is a program designed to be a tribute to the people in the towns and cities that have closely protected their cultural heritage.

It was designed to promote innovative and unique tourism including culture, traditions, adventure, extreme sports in natural settings, or the simple but unique everyday rural life.

 

Pueblo Mágico State Year
Álamos Sonora 2005
Angangueo Michoacán 2012
Bacalar Quintana Roo 2006
Bernal Querétaro 2005
Cadereyta de Montes Querétaro 2011
Capulálpam de Méndez Oaxaca 2007
Coatepec Veracruz 2006
Comala Colima 2002
Cosalá Sinaloa 2005
Creel Chihuahua 2007
Cuatrociénegas Coahuila 2012
Cuetzalan Puebla 2002
Cuitzeo Michoacán 2006
Dolores Hidalgo Guanajuato 2002
El Fuerte Sinaloa 2009
El Oro Estado de México 2011
Huamantla Tlaxcala 2007
Izamal Yucatán 2002
Jalpan de Serra Querétaro 2010
Jerez de García Salinas Zacatecas 2007
Loreto Baja California Sur 2012
Magdalena de Kino Sonora 2012
Malinalco México 2010
Mazamitla Jalisco 2005
Mier Tamaulipas 2007
Mineral de Pozos Guanajuato 2012
Mineral del Chico Hidalgo 2011
Pahuatlán Puebla 2012
Palizada Campeche 2010
Parras de la Fuente Coahuila 2004
Pátzcuaro Michoacán 2002
Real de Asientos Aguascalientes 2006
Real de Catorce San Luis Potosi 2001
Real del Monte Hidalgo 2004
San Cristóbal de las Casas Chiapas 2003
San Sebastián del Oeste Jalisco 2011
Santa Clara del Cobre Michoacán 2010
Santiago Nuevo León 2006
Sombrerete Zacatecas 2012
Tapalpa Jalisco 2002
Tapijulapa Tabasco 2010
Taxco Guerrero 2002
Tepotzotlán México 2002
Tepoztlán Morelos 2010
Tequila Jalisco 2003
Teúl de González Ortega Zacatecas 2011
Tlalpujahua Michoacán 2005
Tlayacapan Morelos 2011
Todos Santos Baja California Sur 2006
Tula Tamaulipas 2011
Valle de Bravo México 2005
Xico Veracruz 2011
Xilitla San Luis Potosi 2011
Zacatlán Puebla 2011

 

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