This is the most expensive Pueblo Magico and it is not San Miguel de Allende


Ajijic was named Pueblo Mágico in 2020 for its natural beauties, gastronomic, cultural and architectural wealth

Jalisco is one of the most privileged states since it has nine Magic Towns out of the 121 in Mexico; however, one of them can be expensive when viewed as a living or vacation option.

This is Ajijic, which was named Pueblo Mágico in 2020 for its natural beauties, gastronomic, cultural and architectural wealth.

Ajijic comes from the Nahuatl word Axixic, which means “place where water gushes out,” and is located in the Ribera de Chapala, 40 minutes from the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area.

If you decide to travel to this tourist destination, you will realize that it stands out for its colonial architecture, as well as for its galleries, restaurants, clothing stores, and cobblestone streets full of color.

One of its main attractions is that it is located on the shore of Lake Chapala, a body of water of 1,116 square kilometers, which is also one of the largest in the country.

Ajijic is also characterized by its pleasant climate and calm atmosphere, which has made it one of the favorite destinations for national and foreign tourists, mainly of American origin.

Acquiring a property in this town can cost between $ 250,000 and $ 900,000 USD that is, approximately between 5 and 18 million Mexican pesos, according to Milenio, who turned to Vivanuncios.

While the prices per night for adults in the hotels of this beautiful place range between 1,200 pesos and 1,800 pesos.

Some of the activities that you can do if you visit it are walks along the boardwalk, from where you can see beautiful sunsets, as well as boat tours on the lake.


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