Write down all the tourist attractions that are waiting for you in the different municipalities of the state of Coahuil, Mexico, to book your next vacation, you’ll love it!
State of Coahuila
The state of Coahuila, whose capital is Torreon, is made up of 38 municipalities, 7 magical towns and many plans to make.
Arteaga is the first magical town that we will advise you to visit in the state of Coahuila. It is perfect for those who want to book an ecotourism vacation full of trails to hike, mountains to climb and a variety of sporting activities in the Sierra de Arteaga.
You will also have to visit the different religious buildings such as the Temple of San Isidro Labrador or visit its most characteristic museums such as the Museum of Mummies.
Piedras negras, Coahuila
This municipality has been the scene of several important historical events in the country and many of its houses still preserve the architecture of different periods.
In this place the past and the present coexist, where you can observe contemporary creations such as the Paseo del Río Bravo or La Gran Plaza.
We recommend a stroll through the historic center and get to know the history housed in the characteristic museums such as La Frontera Norte.
Parras de la fuente, Coahuila
The magical town of Parras de la Fuente is one of the most peaceful places you can visit despite being full of tourist attractions. Founded in 1598, this magical town is characterized by its wine production, and the territory is considered the state’s wine brand.
As you can imagine, wine lovers will find their visit most appealing as they will be able to visit wineries of all kinds. If you need to escape from daily worries, the perfect place is waiting for you.
Another magical town in the state of Coahuila is Candela, founded in 1690. Its natural landscapes will enchant you, full of mountains and peaks perfect for hiking.
Sports activities await you here, but also great spas where you can relax after a hard day full of adventures. Two spas that we highly recommend are El Balneario de Ojo Caliente or El Balneario los Carricitos.
Candela is part of the long list of magical towns in Mexico that, since 2015, promotes the visit of its essential tourist attractions such as the Arroyo El Chapote, the Cave of the Bats or the Caves of El Carrizal.
This territory was founded in 1864 and is characterized by the Cueva del Tabaco (Tobacco Cave). It is said that the documents of the Mexican Independence Act were kept there during the French invasion. Its name comes from the plants that grew around it.
Here you can visit in the main square the monument to President Juarez or the kiosk, also the Templo de Nuestra Señora del Refugio or walk through the Mercado Hidalgo.