La Manzanilla, Concepción de Buenos Aires, Jalisco, Mexico

La Manzanilla, Concepción de Buenos Aires, Jalisco, Mexico

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Town and countryside in La Manzanilla

Travelers fall in love with La Manzanilla, a charming town in west-central Mexico full of family-friendly activities and beautiful mountain scenery. Warm days here are spent outdoors participating in ecoadventures to discover waterfalls and fly through forests on zip lines. Or head to nearby lakes for shoreside picnics and boat excursions under the beaming sun. Once you've found your ideal La Manzanilla vacation rental, it's off to explore the sites of this peaceful town, wandering the cobblestone streets in search of souvenirs from local vendors, and perhaps enjoying some of the mariachi music that originated in this part of Mexico.

Outdoor adventures in La Manzanilla

No stay in La Manzanilla would be complete without venturing outside of town to enjoy the mountainous surroundings. In the Sierra del Tigre corridor here, you'll find a wealth of thrilling outdoor activities to participate in. Hop on horseback rides that lead to hidden waterfalls, join bicycle and ATV excursions along bumpy trails, cross swaying suspension bridges with panoramic views or fly through the air on zip line rides. At the end of a long day full of adventure, you'll be ready for a relaxing evening in the comfort of your La Manzanilla vacation rental, just a short drive away.

Uncovering history in La Manzanilla

While the beauty of the surrounding mountains may make you want to spend every day off in the countryside, be sure to make some time for downtown La Manzanilla de la Paz. Founded in the late 1800s, the stone streets retain a historic charm, while tiled roofs and red brick pay tribute to the style of early Spanish settlers. Take a walk to the well-manicured town square, grabbing a coffee on the way to sip on the benches. Right next door you'll want to check out the Templo de San Miguel Arcangel, a historic, picturesque church with a bell tower.

Year-round warmth in La Manzanilla

There's no bad time to visit La Manzanilla, as pleasant temperatures and a semi-arid climate mean lots of days spent outdoors enjoying the mountainside scenery and taking boating excursions on nearby lakes. Summer is the rainiest time, so plan to visit in spring, fall or winter instead, to take advantage of year-round highs that hit the 70s and 80s, and nights that cool down into the 50s, perfect for evening strolling. Since you're bound to enjoy some warm temperatures no matter when you visit, why not look for a La Manzanilla vacation rental with a pool to cool off in?

Out on the lake in La Manzanilla

With so many mountains and lakes surrounding La Manzanilla, the opportunities to get back to nature seem boundless. Just a few miles away, Lago de Chapala welcomes picnic lunches on the shore surrounded by a scenic backdrop of verdant green hills and afternoon boat rides to check out islands that dot the waters or to visit cute lakeside towns. The lake is Mexico's largest at more than 400 square miles, and is full of species like catfish, carp and whitefish. You'll want to be on the lookout for birds here as well, as migratory species often fly through this area.