Do you love living in nature and discovering the world and its secrets? So Mulegé is just for you. A frank place, without manufactured luxuries, but with the infinite beauty of unaltered nature.
The Mulegé region was discovered in 1702 by the Jesuit father Juan María de Salvatierra. Its privileged geographical position, which places it in a valley flanked by two hills and fed by a river that joins the estuary to empty into the sea, was decisive so that in the mid-XNUMXth century it became the main port of the central region of the peninsula and in municipal head.
In all its territorial extension you can find from one of the most important Biosphere Reserves in Mexico; World Heritage sites; ancestral caves with ancient rock art; charming towns; the most extraordinary mission of the three Californias and a small church designed by Gustav Eiffel.