Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Comala is a Pueblo Mágico (Magic Town) of unique charm located at the foot of the Volcan de Fuego. It is characterized by its narrow streets and simple but charming white houses with red tiles that are surrounded by thick vegetation.
DISCOVER ITS CHARMS
Walk through the main garden, where you will find fountains, ironwork and a beautiful bandstand of German design. See the imposing Volcan de Colima, an excellent opportunity for photography lovers, or simply sit next to the sculpture of Juan Rulfo, writer of one of the most iconic novels of the 20th century, Pedro Paramo
Wonder at the Parish of San Miguel Arcangel, a treasure distinguished by its French-style façade. Admire the municipal presidential building and head to the entrance hall to taste the famous snacks. Walk along the cobbled streets, talk to the locals and listen to stories and legends.
Continue on to Ex Hacienda Nogueras to learn about the sugar making process. Visit the Alejandro Rangel University Museum and get to know the work of this famous painter while touring the room dedicated to Western pre-Hispanic cultures.
Be dazzled by the masks and mahogany furniture at the craft market.
DISCOVER ITS FLAVORS
Eat a slice of picon, the traditional bread of the region, and drink a cup of steaming coffee or a rich pomegranate punch prepared with mezcal or red wine.
Buy fresh cheeses and alfajores. Bring home a bag of sea salt and a packet of comalteco coffee, both world renowned for their extraordinary flavor.
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