PALIZADA
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COLORFUL RIVERFRONT TOWN WITH A PIRATE FLAIR

The name of this town may originate from being the main site for cutting precious woods, especially log wood, whose trunks were transported through the current Palizada River to the Laguna de Términos, to be shipped to Europe from the then Villa del Carmen.

Palizada is a picturesque city where its streets and houses with four-sloped French tile roofs, along with its small alleyways, give it a magical touch. The town is framed by abundant vegetation and the beautiful Palizada River. In fact, it is located in the midst of an important hydrological area formed by the confluence of the deltas of several rivers.

This riverside town is located to the west of the state, 356 km (4 and a half hours) from the City of Campeche, 228 km (4 hours) from Ciudad del Carmen, and 183 km (2 and a half hours) from Villahermosa.

Palizada

What to See in Palizada

Tourist Attractions in Palizada

Malecón (Boardwalk)

Strolling along the boardwalk, admiring its Mother's Monument and the statue that is a replica of the Statue of Liberty in New York, along with the riverside scenery, is something to be enjoyed, especially during the evenings.

Benito Juárez Park

It is a very pleasant place to relax surrounded by palm trees and flower beds, along with the San Joaquín Parish Church with its red facade. In the town, the San Joaquín Parish Church and the Morón Theater stand out.

El Cuyo Archaeological Zone

Nearby, there is El Cuyo, a pre-Hispanic structure that measures almost 10 meters in height.

What to Do in Palizada

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN PALIZADA

Boat Ride

You can take a boat ride along the Palizada River, getting to know the local fauna of turtles, crocodiles, manatees, and a variety of birds.

Discover a Crocodile Farm

11 km from Palizada, there is a crocodile farm where you can observe specimens of different ages living in the wild. You can also see turtles and the pejelagarto, a famous fish of the region. It is a place for birdwatching as well.

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