Jalisco has many blessings. The state has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, with its blue agave fields. There are countless destinations, those for activities in the mountains, on the beach, in cities and towns; not to mention the most obvious: the astonishing gastronomy which today is an inspiration to all.
Jalisco is part of the Sierra Madre Oriental, the Central Plateau and the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. Its name originates from the Náhautl word Xalisco which means “upon the surface of the sand”. Its climate its predominately sub-humid warm and its annual average temperature is 69°F. The state has the following Magical Towns: Tequila, San Sebastián del Oeste, Talpa de Allende, Lagos de Moreno, Mazamitla, Mascota, Tapalpa and Tlaquepaque. Furthermore, it has four mentions on UNESCO’s World Heritage list: Tequila’s agave fields and the town’s old tequila production facilities, the Hospicio Cabañas in Guadalajara, tequila (the distilled beverage), and Mariachi music.