Mazatlán's Pacific Pearl Online

Sierra Madre rural Magic Town

This Magical Town was founded in 1562 and is one of the main attractions of the state.

Between the majestic hills that belong to the great Sierra Madre Occidental is a town that seems to have stopped time, with a colonial architecture of the 17th century.

At the same time, as the darkness progresses, the streets are covered with dim light, which adds a touch of mysticism to the town. Its kiosk is full of life and color with daily celebrations that you can enjoy. Its chapels and clay houses, painted in bright colors still reflect the splendor of other times.

It has interesting places such as Santa Úrsula's Parish, Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Chapel, Casa
del Ensaye, City Hall, "La Chinche" Culture House, Plaza de Armas, Burned Headquarters House

and the Mining and History Museum. Among its natural attractions are the Mineral de Nuestra Señora Ecological Reserve, the Vado Hondo Waterfalls, José Lopez Portillo Dam, better known as
El Comedero, México, and El Charco Azul Caves. Other interesting places are: San Juan Bautista Temple (in Alayá) and Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Temple (in Guadalupe de Los Reyes).

This northwest Mexican town has a very special atmosphere that comes from its mining past. Its centuries-old traditions and ghost legends will fascinate you.

Pueblos Magicos (Magic Towns) Cosalá, Sinaloa, MexicoThe Pueblos Magicos (Magic Towns) program was initiated by the Mexican government to help preserve towns that embodied the best of Mexican culture, history and tradition. Launched in 2001, the program provides financial assistance to places that "reflect the beauty of traditional Mexican culture" according to the Secretary or Tourism. The program has met with great success in terms of increasing tourism and bringing a much needed business into these areas. Currently, there are 34 towns that are officially listed as Pueblos Magicos. Cosalá is since the year 2005 on the list of Magical Tows of Mexico


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