• Pahuatlan

Highly recommended

  • Learn the ancestral technique of amate paper in San Pablito.

  • Stomp your feet in a huapangueada or attend the celebrations of Holy Week or Santiago Apóstol.

  • Be part of a traditional, old-fashioned commerce market and discover the measures of yesteryear such as sardines, almudes and many more.

  • Cross the suspension bridge that connects Pahuatlán with Xolotla, 36 m high.

  • Try chícales (ants) in chiltepín chilli.

  • In San Pablito experience the traditional Carnival and the All Saints’ Festival.

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Mysticism in the Sierra Mágica

Arriving in Pahuatlán is like traveling back through time; this region, surrounded by valleys and ravines, has managed to keep intact their lifestyles and traditions over the centuries.

Nestled in the Sierra Norte de Puebla, this region is mainly known for the production of amate paper, originally from the community of San Pablito, and is the only place where this craft is still carried out using ancestral techniques.

During your tour of this place, it is essential that you walk along the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla suspension bridge, enjoy a delicious coffee in the main square or a typical dish.

SURROUNDING AREA

To the north lies Tlacuilotepec and the state of Hidalgo, to the south Naupan and the state of Hidalgo, to the west Naupan and Tlacuilotepec, and to the west the state of Hidalgo and Honey.

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Nestled in the Sierra Norte de Puebla, this region is mainly known for the production of amate paper, originally from the community of San Pablito, and is the only place where this craft is still carried out using ancestral techniques.

During your tour of this place, it is essential that you walk along the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla suspension bridge, enjoy a delicious coffee in the main square or a typical dish.

SURROUNDING AREA

To the north lies Tlacuilotepec and the state of Hidalgo, to the south Naupan and the state of Hidalgo, to the west Naupan and Tlacuilotepec, and to the west the state of Hidalgo and Honey.

Highly recommended

  • Learn the ancestral technique of amate paper in San Pablito.

  • Stomp your feet in a huapangueada or attend the celebrations of Holy Week or Santiago Apóstol.

  • Be part of a traditional, old-fashioned commerce market and discover the measures of yesteryear such as sardines, almudes and many more.

  • Cross the suspension bridge that connects Pahuatlán with Xolotla, 36 m high.

  • Try chícales (ants) in chiltepín chilli.

  • In San Pablito experience the traditional Carnival and the All Saints’ Festival.

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