Ride far away from the throes of bustling tourist centers on a scenic route along winding roads. Marvel at remote mountain villages locked away in time and at mountains carpeted in dense tropical vegetation.
San Sebastian del Oeste Walking Tour
To arrive in San Sebastian del Oeste is to step back in time. This antiquated village dates back to 1605 and was made famous by its plentiful silver mines. As one of the oldest mining towns in Mexico, San Sebastian reached its glory in the 1700s when it was a highly prosperous Colonial town.
Colonial Architecture and Cobblestone Roads
Today, with only 600 inhabitants, there are scattered examples of its traditional colonial architecture merging with a colorful village square, quaint cobblestone streets, passing mules and a sleepy way of life far removed from the rest of the world.
Tour the Real Mexico!
Your day includes a walking tour of the 18th century church, a silversmith workshop and an organic coffee farm. This expedition is not for the average tourist but for a special breed of traveler who seeks to find the real Mexico.