Campeche is a practically unexplored treasure. Its hidden corners still conserve relics that speak of its astonishing past, as well as natural areas of captivating beauty. In this territory, you will find the country’s only walled city, which was once attacked by pirates, its colorful Magical Towns of Palizada and Isla Aguada, and even the most enigmatic Mayan cities, located in the depths of the jungle. You will be astonished by this beautiful state with its abundant jungles.
Its name comes from the Mayan words can and pech, which together mean “Place of Serpents and Ticks”. It borders with Yucatán and the Gulf of Mexico to the north; with Quintana Roo to the east; and with Guatemala and Tabasco to the South. It has 11 municipalities, of which Campeche and Ciudad del Carmen are the most populated. Its climate is sub-humid and its annual average temperature is between 79 and 81°F. There is a lot of rain during the summer.