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 ◈ It boasts ecosystems whose biodiversity are of paramount importance for the country, and is home to the golden eagle.

The town has a charming appearance with white doorways and a unique history that have earned it the nickname “treasure of the Sierra Madre Occidental.” If you visit the area, you will enjoy a truly pleasant stay.rra, tendrás la estancia más agradable de tu vida.



Wrap yourself in a new serape from the region.

Hike along Río Cuchujaqui.

Linger at Hacienda de los Santos’ Zapata bar to taste a few of their fine tequilas.


Festival Internacional Dr. Alfonso Ortiz Tirado. Its program includes concerts with local, national, and international artists, and those from Sonora’s indigenous peoples

Its cultural events are held in January.

Picture: P.F Garlí

Hacienda de los Santos

This estate is a member of the Hoteles Boutique de México organization. It was built to high hopes in 1685, for one of the owners of the region’s silver mines. Today, completely restored, it hosts travelers looking for authenticity, culture, and health.

The place’s biological diversity and beauty come together perfectly, tempting you to stay here again. Colonial-era Spanish furnishings, fine linens, and logs burning in the fireplaces give the rooms a cozy air. Spacious rooms with fireplaces are decorated with handmade items and 18th- and 19th-century antiques. It has an interesting collection of religious art including frescoes, altarpieces, and ex-votos.

Museo Costumbrista
de Sonora

This 17th-century building is considered a national historic monument.

But just as interesting as the building is the museum’s collection: photographs, documents, and machinery tell of Álamos’ mining heyday. Plus, there are workshops and artistic activities.

Casa de María Félix

This home was where this famous Sonoran, star of the country’s Golden Age of Cinema, spent part of her childhood. Now, it is a hotel, restaurant, and museum, where you can see objects she used, photographs, and magazines from her times. Don’t miss your chance to visit.

Picture: LIMO 5

Spend the Afternoon in Río Cuchujaqui

Set just 7 miles from the Magical Town of Álamos, this river flows through the nature reserve with the same name.

Thanks to its groves of trees and natural, crystal-clear ponds, it is the perfect place for sport fishing and hiking.

Venture Down the Mayo River

The Sierra de Álamos mountain range presents gorgeous scenery that can be soaked up aboard a boat on the Mayo River, which passes through the indigenous community that gives the river its name. Or, enjoy Álamos’ surroundings on horseback, on bicycle, by bird-watching, or just taking a walk.

Try Álamos’ Traditional Cuisine

Cheese soup is very traditional, served both at home and in local restaurants. You will love the beef burritos and chiltepín chili pepper, which is very common in the region’s cuisine. Travelers who have spent time in the area always recommend Teresita’s Panadería & Bistro for breakfast, featuring freshly-baked bread and a pleasant atmosphere.

The enchiladas in Hacienda de los Santos’ restaurant also deserve a mention. In Doña Lola Cenaduría (Volantín neighborhood, close to the Town Hall building), you can try authentic homemade Northern food, such as stuffed chiles rellenos, at great prices. Ask if they have gallina pinta or so-called “pozole de pobre” (poor man’s pozole), which earned its nickname because instead of chicken, the soup has pinto beans and corn cooked with beef.

In Cantina Zapata (also in Hacienda de los Santos) you can taste more than 500 different tequilas, and the region’s quintessential drink—bacanora, a cousin of tequila.

Festival Alfonso Ortiz Tirado

This festival came to be in honor of the memory of singer and cultural promoter Alfonso Ortiz Tirado, who popularized the work of Mexican composers abroad.

Its program includes concerts with local, national, and international artists, and those from Sonora’s indigenous peoples—the Mayo, Comcaác, Cucapá, Macurawe, Pima, Tohono O’odham, Kikapú, and Yaqui nations—who present their cultures through food shows, traditional medicine, sales of handicrafts, and music and dance in their indigenous languages, traditional customs, and in dialogues.

Its cultural events are held in January.

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