Jalpa de Cánovas


The smell of quince will awaken your senses in Jalpa de Canovas. The pace of this location contrasts with the imposing Templo del Señor de La Misericordia, with its impeccable red bricks revealing its history: the old granaries, the former money lender’s store, the administrator's house and the small Sanctuary of Guadalupe where landowners used to pray and today’s inhabitants still do. The Hacienda de Jalpa, a nineteenth century home, which is now a museum, and the Luis Cabrera Museum, where you will find documents that will bring you closer to the history of Jalpa, are also worth a visit. Immerse yourself in the walnut groves and wheat fields, and listen to the trill of the birds and the breeze as it rustles through the leaves of the trees.

Come to live a unique experience in one of Mexico's Pueblos mágicos; visit Jalpa de Cánovas.

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