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Nestled in the heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains, San Sebastian's remote location and historic appeal have made it one of Mexico's last great getaways. Even though this little mountain enclave [elevation 4500 ft.] is not very far from Puerto Vallarta, this half-forgotten former mining town is a world away from typical resorts and ordinary tourist attractions.
The road from Puerto Vallarta comes in on the west side of this historic
mining town. Originally settled in 1605, San Sebastián reached
its peak of prosperity in the 1700s, when over 30,000 people populated
the area. Over the years, the town's population fluctuated wildly as
gold and silver were mined intermittently between the 1600's and the
This beautiful mountain village
of 600 residents retains its colonial heritage as an outstanding example
of the traditional ways of living and working in a remote Mexican village.
Nowadays, in addition to the traditional corn and cattle, local folks
also cultivate coffee and agave on the mountainside.
$83.00 US per Adult.
$62.00 US per Child (4-11)
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