Mineral de Pozos is home to historic churches, century old silver mines, grand stone ruins, a 30km bike trail through the desert, the mountains and the ruins. Mineral de Pozos is located in the fastest growing state of Guanajuato in Central Mexico
Quaint cobblestone streets in Centro.
Hilly terrain, bees, butterflies and hummingbirds are plentiful. Fresh air, blue skies, warm days and cool nights. An entrepreneurial community of warm and friendly Mexicans sprinkled with the adventurous Internationals.
Starbucks coffee in San Miguel, 45 minutes drive from Pozos. The Americans make weekly jaunts to San Miguel for organic groceries, banking and a lunch day out with errands to run and people to see.
Very much an outdoor lifestyle…with hacienda-style homes. Dining outside, gardening, horseback riding, walking instead of driving….this is Mineral de Pozos.
Horseback through town is a part of life…a yearly horse festival and pilgrimage takes place every September.
Often people who buy here, also build their wild west dream home. The community is varied and tends to be artistic. Life here is tranquil and captivating allowing creative juices to flow.
It is not uncommon to have groups of artists or photographers come for the weekend and explore the many vistas, light and textures of our landscape.
Old train station ruins overlooking the local Eagle mountain.
Open desert walks through the countryside…even in the rain!
The main Jardin Juarez in the Centro. Several colonial hotels, b&b’s, tiendas for fruit and veggies, and bars and cafes flank the Jardin including up the hill to Plaza Zaragoza.
The local spa and gym and cafe built in ruins. Also including a beautiful climbing rock wall, squash court, massage, sauna and steam room. All state-of-the-art.