Valle de Bravo is a haven for the discerning traveler, nature lover, sportsman and admirer of Mexican tradition and culture.
Originally named “Temascaltépetl”, or “Town of Baths”, Valle de Bravo combines diverse attractions: picturesque cobblestone streets, tiled roofs, colonial homes, and an impressive man made lake
Densely wooded forests surrounding this large lake are the perfect venue for hiking, horseback riding, as well as walking to breath taking peaks and natural waterfalls, such as “El Molino”, the Mill, or “Velo de Novia”, Wedding Veil.
A few minutes from towm, amid splendid scenery, you may find varied water sports centers and golf courses. Valle de Bravo is also a stepping stone for many ecological tours, including the world famous Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary.
This thickly forested hideaway offers a vast array of activities for the seasoned traveler, including hiking to “La Peña” peak, where one can admire a complete view of the lake, which has become a sportsman’s paradise. Sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing, and fishing are only a few of the diversions that make Valle de Bravo a unique retreat.