San Sebastián del Oeste a designated Pueblo Mágico, one of the seven towns/cities in the state of Jalisco maintaining their historical character and promoted by the federal government as touristic destinations. Founded as a mining town in 1605, during the early Spanish colonial Viceroyalty of New Spain. More than 25 mines and a number of foundries were established by 1785. The town was formally established as a city in 1812. After the last mine was abandoned in 1921, San Sebastian fell into oblivion, now sustaining itself with an economy based on agriculture, livestock production and tourism.
A winding, fern-lined driveway welcomes you into Hacienda Jalisco, a magical place. Enjoy the fresh, clean, crisp air of the Sierra Madre as the lane culminates at the rambling Hacienda.
Last Updated: Friday, 09 September 2016
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