Paraíso

Tabasco

Surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and nestled in Tabasco’s coastal area, Paraíso is a small town with a unique warmth-and-tranquility-feel-like image, ideal for spending a few days off.

The municipality is in the Grijalva river region, bordered by Gulf of Mexico and Centla municipality at north, Jalpa de Méndez, Comalcalco and Cárdenas at south. Part of this place's history dates from 1848 and 1852. Paraíso was founded as a logging field settled by Mecoacán natives and Jalpa de Méndez and Comalcalco mestizos. But it wasn’t until 1945 when, by a supreme decree, Paraíso turned from town’s to city’s category. Today it continues writing its history.

A tour for the municipality begins in the historic center. Here you find neoclassical style San Marcos church, built in 1823, with regional characteristics such as cream, blue, red and white colors.

Walk through the square in a warm atmosphere and enjoy the tranquility transmitted by the place, while savoring the ice creams of high ordered flavors in the area.

This Tabasco jewel’s gastronomy is based on fish and seafood; according to its origin and fishing vocation, is the dishes’ main ingredient. Taste the pickled and smoked oyster with tapesco, crab chirmole, stuffed crab, marinated iguana, seafood broth, chipotle shrimp, among others.

The number of Paraíso attractions honors its name (Paraíso means paradise)—beautiful beaches, lagoons, bars, rivers, as well as “República de Paraíso” tourist corridor, a modern four-lane boulevard that connects it with Puerto Ceiba and Bellote.
Surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and nestled in Tabasco’s coastal area, Paraíso is a small town with a unique warmth-and-tranquility-feel-like image, ideal for spending a few days off.

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The municipality is in the Grijalva river region, bordered by Gulf of Mexico and Centla municipality at north, Jalpa de Méndez, Comalcalco and Cárdenas at south. Part of this place's history dates from 1848 and 1852. Paraíso was founded as a logging field settled by Mecoacán natives and Jalpa de Méndez and Comalcalco mestizos. But it wasn’t until 1945 when, by a supreme decree, Paraíso turned from town’s to city’s category. Today it continues writing its history.

A tour for the municipality begins in the historic center. Here you find neoclassical style San Marcos church, built in 1823, with regional characteristics such as cream, blue, red and white colors.

Walk through the square in a warm atmosphere and enjoy the tranquility transmitted by the place, while savoring the ice creams of high ordered flavors in the area.

This Tabasco jewel’s gastronomy is based on fish and seafood; according to its origin and fishing vocation, is the dishes’ main ingredient. Taste the pickled and smoked oyster with tapesco, crab chirmole, stuffed crab, marinated iguana, seafood broth, chipotle shrimp, among others.

The number of Paraíso attractions honors its name (Paraíso means paradise)—beautiful beaches, lagoons, bars, rivers, as well as “República de Paraíso” tourist corridor, a modern four-lane boulevard that connects it with Puerto Ceiba and Bellote.

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