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Parras de la Fuente

Coahuila de Zaragoza

If when you plan a getaway you’re looking to literally find yourself in an oasis in the middle of the desert, with springs surrounded by lush groves of cypress and walnut trees, the Pueblo Mágico de Parras de la Fuente (Magical Town of Parras de la Fuente), Coahuila, will become your dreams destination.

150 kilometers away from Saltillo, Parras de la Fuente, also known as “The oasis of Coahuila”, was founded by a group of Jesuits in 1888. Thanks to the water tables that feed the area and its temperate semi-dry climate, it's a fertile land despite being in the middle of the desert; becoming a favorite for wine lovers and experts, since this peculiar characteristic favors the growth of the vine.

This Pueblo Mágico earned the nickname of the cradle of wine in America, since it was founded here the oldest winery on the continent in 1597—Casa Madero. Throughout its history has become one of the Mexican wine cellars with greater international exposure. But wine and its springs isn’t the only thing to do in Parras de la Fuente, as it’s full of great architectural beauty houses and buildings.

It’s even usually visited by those who want to immerse themselves in the history of one of its most prominent inhabitants, Francisco I. Madero, a revolutionary leader. Undoubtedly, this Pueblo Mágico will invite you to visit it without resting. In its corners it offers a secret waiting to be revealed to travelers who enjoy quiet walks taking advantage of all its attractions.

The average climate in Parras de la Fuente throughout the year is close to 30 ° C, making it an ideal destination to visit regardless of the season of the year.
If when you plan a getaway you’re looking to literally find yourself in an oasis in the middle of the desert, with springs surrounded by lush groves of cypress and walnut trees, the Pueblo Mágico de Parras de la Fuente (Magical Town of Parras de la Fuente), Coahuila, will become your dreams destination.

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150 kilometers away from Saltillo, Parras de la Fuente, also known as “The oasis of Coahuila”, was founded by a group of Jesuits in 1888. Thanks to the water tables that feed the area and its temperate semi-dry climate, it's a fertile land despite being in the middle of the desert; becoming a favorite for wine lovers and experts, since this peculiar characteristic favors the growth of the vine.

This Pueblo Mágico earned the nickname of the cradle of wine in America, since it was founded here the oldest winery on the continent in 1597—Casa Madero. Throughout its history has become one of the Mexican wine cellars with greater international exposure. But wine and its springs isn’t the only thing to do in Parras de la Fuente, as it’s full of great architectural beauty houses and buildings.

It’s even usually visited by those who want to immerse themselves in the history of one of its most prominent inhabitants, Francisco I. Madero, a revolutionary leader. Undoubtedly, this Pueblo Mágico will invite you to visit it without resting. In its corners it offers a secret waiting to be revealed to travelers who enjoy quiet walks taking advantage of all its attractions.

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