The ‘Pueblo Magico’ of Valle de Bravo boasts many wonderful attractions and sights to keep you entertained for a whole week. Its proximity to Lake Avendaro means there are exciting water sports to enjoy but there are many other Valle de Bravo attractions to see. Take a stroll through Valle’s historic streets and immerse yourself in the beautiful nature or architecture on show. Here are some of our favourite Valle de Bravo attractions:
This beautiful waterfall, located south of the town of Valle de Bravo, is named for its resemblance to a bridal veil as the white water streams over the mountainside and falls into a forest which is now a natural park. It makes an excellent place for hiking or horse riding and there are grills and picnic tables to use on your day out.
Set in an old monastery, the former home of Carmelite monks is one of Valle de Bravo’s spiritual highlights
presenting rich artistic works and beautifully designed gardens to walk amongst. If you would like to pray or meditate this a truly spiritual place to do so and if you just want to visit you will not be disappointed by it’s sensational design.
Here you have a great opportunity to pick up something beautiful for your home and to always remember your time in Valle de Bravo. The artisanal market is famous for its craftwork, pottery and fabrics. There will surely be something to your fancy from traditional Mexican cultural designs.
The Crag Lookout Point
This is an incredibly rewarding hike
through trails and caves full of mysteries that will take you to the top of a peak where you can see down on the whole town and lake.
Surrounded by Pine trees, Valle de Bravo has a reputations as the “Switzerland of Mexico” and Pine Park has a huge pine tree and garden to commemorate the founding of Valle de Bravo in 1530. This is a beautiful, peaceful area to spend an afternoon and watch the town go by.