VALLE DE GUADALUPE
VALLE DE GUADALUPE

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MEXICO'S MOST IMPORTANT WINE REGION

This town dates back to colonial times when the Dominicans established the Mission of Our Lady of Guadalupe of the North in 1834, although remnants of the San Dieguito culture, dating back 7,000 to 10,000 years, have been discovered in the area.

It is located 20 km from Ensenada and is part of the Wine Route, which includes other valleys such as San Antonio, Ojos Negros, Santo Tomás, San Vicente, La Grulla, Tanamá, Las Palmas, and San Valentín.

Over 200 wineries have been established in this region, including Casa Pedro Domecq, Vinos Xecue, Castillo Ferrer, Adobe Guadalupe, L.A. Cetto, Monte Xanic, Trevista Vineyards, Barón Balché, Alximia Vinícola, Vinícola Xecue, Viñedos Las Nubes, and Casa de Doña Lupe, to name a few. In fact, it is increasingly being compared to Sonoma Valley in California.

This rapidly growing destination offers a good range of hotels, including luxury boutique hotels and cozy establishments, as well as a variety of gourmet restaurants.

Most of the vineyards and restaurants are open year-round, but from May to October, there is more activity in the area, and you can enjoy the small wineries and outdoor spaces with incomparable views.

The harvest festivals take place in August, and it's when you can enjoy all the events held at each winery, restaurant, and hotel.

Valle de Guadalupe

What to See in Valle de Guadalupe

What to Do in Valle de Guadalupe

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN VALLE DE GUADALUPE

Visit the Museum of Vine and Wine

Explore the Guadalupe Canyon and Waterfall

Tour the Wine Route

Wine Route

One of the activities you shouldn't miss is the Wine Route since this region produces nearly 90% of the wine in the country.

On this route, you can visit incredible vineyards of all kinds, large, small, and artisanal, as well as the cellars and facilities of many of Mexico's top wine producers. Additionally, you can enjoy tastings offered by each winery, which often include local cheeses, olives, and cured meats.

If you enjoy adventure, you can explore the vineyards on an ATV and have a more direct contact with nature.

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Cañón y Salto de Guadalupe

You can also visit the Guadalupe Canyon and Waterfall, located 20 minutes from the Valle. It is a beautiful oasis with hot springs surrounded by large rocks. In the area, you can go rappelling or explore the surroundings, where you can find some cave paintings.

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Hot Air Balloon Flight

However, the must-do experience in this place is a hot air balloon flight. During a 30-minute ride, you can enjoy the landscape of vineyards contrasting with the ochre and brown of the desert.

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