Get to Know a Little of Tala, Jalisco

Visiting Tala is to know a different side of the most mexican state. It’s a municipality characterized by its thermal waters, tourist attractions that include archaeological ruins, museums and temples. It is a favorite place among the city people due to the short distance to Guadalajara, less than an hour.

Because its territory includes 30% of the Primavera Forest, it invites to practice extreme sports like motocross, mountain biking and ATV riding. Some towns like Las Navajas, outstand in the fabrication of obsidian figures and pottery, while San Isidro Mazatepec is a favorite leisure destination as it has thermal waters, hot springs and tourist places to spend a good time.

Tourist Places in Tala:

  • Temple of San Francisco de Asis: A neoclassical style building, with traditional celebrations each October 4th.
  • Casa de la Cultura-Museum of Tala: It exhibits a collection of pieces picked in the different archaeological sites of the municipality.
  • Thermal waters Los Volcanes in San Isidro Mazatepec.
  • Thermal waters Rio Escondido in San Isidro Mazatepec.

Archaeological Sites:

  • Los Guachimontones de San Juan de los Arcos
  • Archaeological Site of Navajas
  • La Higuerita
  • El Palacio de Tala
  • El Peñon de Jorge Dipp