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Area Guide

  • Allende

    San Miguel de Allende – Colonia Allende is a friendly Mexican neighborhood and is located in an area that is close to major highways, shopping malls, banks, schools and restaurants. An easy walk to Centro.

  • Atascadero

    San Miguel de Allende – Atascadero is a highly desirable, tranquil and established neighborhood with abundant vegetation where the weather is typically several degrees cooler in the summer than in the rest of the city. It is very close to downtown and to El Charco del Ingenio, a natural reserve.

  • Atotonilco

    San Miguel de Allende – Atotonilco: a quaint Mexican village located 5 miles from San Miguel de Allende on the Road to Dolores. Historical buildings, beautiful country setting, old Mexico living. In 2009, the Santuario de Jesús de Nazareno de Atotonilco was awarded World Cultural Heritage status by the UNESCO.

  • Aurora

    San Miguel de Allende –La Aurora was named after a local leading textile factory that operated in the city for over 90 years that was recently converted into an art and design center. Friendly neighbors; easy flat walk to Centro. Located near Ventanas de San Miguel Golf & Resort.

  • Balcones

    San Miguel de Allende – Balcones is one of San Miguel ́s most desirable neighborhoods. An upscale area with breathtaking views of the town, countryside and mountains. Easy access to downtown San Miguel and El Charco del Ingenio, a natural reserve.

  • Candelaria

    San Miguel de Allende – Candelaria is the best and most exclusive countryside development in San Miguel. It is located just 5 minutes from the center of the city. It looks out over acres of Mexican landscape and the Picacho Mountains. Magnificent night-time views of the city lights from an exquisite rural setting. Bordered by mature beautiful trees.

  • Caracol

    San Miguel de Allende – Caracol is a great mixed neighborhood that is nestled on the side of the mountain, close enough to town to walk but far enough to feel as if we’re in one of the town’s many unique neighborhoods. Buses and taxis easily filled in the spaces between longer walks.

  • Cardo

    San Miguel de Allende – Cardo and Cardo Alley are located in close proximity to Juarez Park, Instituto Allende, Colonia Guadiana and downtown. Mature trees line the cobble stoned street providing shade during the warm summer days.

  • Carretera a Celaya

    San Miguel de Allende – Carretera a Celaya is the road that takes you into the neighboring town of Celaya. It actually starts as a prolongation of Ancha de San Antonio. It is mainly a commercial street with many thriving businesses aligning both sides of it.

  • Carretera a Dolores

    San Miguel de Allende – Road to Dolores is called “The Golden Corridor” and for a good reason: in it you will find some of the most beautiful ranches, haciendas, equestrian centers, hotels, etc. with the added convenience of abundant thermal waters.

  • Centro

    San Miguel de Allende – There is not enough that can be said about Centro with its charming, narrow, one-way, cobblestone streets. Here you find most shops, restaurants and galleries. Most of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in town are located in Centro.

  • Centro Histórico

    San Miguel de Allende – Centro Histórico is the heart of town. Its most important landmarks, the Parroquia and the Jardin, serve as reference points and meeting places to both residents and visitors. History and tradition converge at Centro Histórico.

  • Cieneguita

    San Miguel de Allende – Cieneguita is located 15 minutes from the city, far enough to realize your dream of countryside living surrounded by native vegetation and beautiful views of the mountains and farmlands. Close enough to enjoy all that the city has to offer.

  • Club de Golf Malanquín

    San Miguel de Allende – Club de Golf Malanquín is one of the most exclusive and prestigious private communities located just minutes from the heart of the city. Magnificent views of Presa Allende, 24-hour security and a fantastic golf club lifestyle.

  • Countryside

    San Miguel de Allende – in the Countryside, the possibilities for development are limitless. Densely vegetation-covered hills; perfectly tranquil natural areas; beautiful uninterrupted views; acres of Mexican landscape. In the Countryside, you have the chance to own ranches, horse stables, historical properties with healing thermal waters. There is a lot to choose from.

  • Dolores Hidalgo

    Dolores Hidalgo is located 25 miles north of San Miguel de Allende. Thanks to its cultural, historic and social importance, Dolores is one of Mexico´s Magic Towns. The city has a laid back atmosphere and, since is small and compact, it is easy to find your way around. It is also one of the best places in Mexico to buy talavera pottery.

  • El Caracol

    San Miguel de Allende – El Caracol is a colonial style townhouse condominium on 5 levels housing 38 condos and 12 luxurious penthouses with plenty of amenities and security. El Caracol is located in the area with the best view of San Miguel de Allende and just a few steps away from Centro Histórico.

  • El Paraíso

    San Miguel de Allende –El Paraíso is a fairly new neighborhood with quiet streets and nice houses. It is located near the Road to Querétaro in the upper part of the city. Thanks to its location, most houses here have sweeping views of Atascadero, the canyon below, and breathtaking sunsets.

  • El Secreto

    San Miguel de Allende – El Secreto is an exclusive gated community with lots of amenities, including swimming pool, clubhouse, paddle tennis, fitness center, business center, jacuzzi, spa, and secured access 24/7. Close to shopping malls, restaurants, banks, etc.

  • Estancia del Canal

    San Miguel de Allende – Estancia de Canal is located in a rural area of the city, surrounded by mountains, with the most spectacular, panoramic views of the country, the valley and water reservoir. Estancia de Canal offers the best opportunitie for you to realize your dream of leaving surrounded by nature.

  • Guadalupe

    San Miguel de Allende – Guadalupe is a charming, typical small Mexican town neighborhood located only a few minutes away from downtown, Fábrica La Aurora Art & Design Center and other shopping. There is a strong artistic community that often organizes events such the open studio tours and the painting of beautiful graffiti murals that decorate the neighborhood´s walls.

  • Guadiana

    San Miguel de Allende – Guadiana is one of the most desirable and sought after neighborhoods of San Miguel. It is close to everything: a 5 minute flat walk to Juarez Park and Instituto Allende and a 10 minute walk to Centro. It has its own, well maintained cute little park.

  • Independencia

    San Miguel de Allende – Independencia is a mixed neighborhood located between the central part of the city and Libramiento with easy access to all areas of town and neighboring the residential developments Vista Antigua and Ventanas San Miguel Golf & Resort.

  • Jalpa

    San Miguel de Allende – Jalpa is a village located just 20 minutes, but a world apart, from the cityl. Plenty of open, peaceful spaces, gently sloping land with wonderful vistas and native vegetation. For the city dwellers who are looking for the serenity of a country escape, this is the area to explore.

  • La Aldea

    San Miguel de Allende – La Aldea (literally, the village) is a private community with exceptional location a few steps away from Centro and close to shopping, restaurants, Instituto Allende, Rosewood Hotel, galleries, etc. It retains the feel of old Mexico.

  • La Cañada

    San Miguel de Allende – La Cañada is a tranquil and friendly neighborhood with cobblestone streets and populated by beautiful colonial Mexican style properties with nice valley views. Only a 10 minute drive to Centro and an easy 5 minute walk to the bus stop.

  • La Lejona

    San Miguel de Allende – La Lejona is located walking distance from the Mega Comercial superstore and the new residential neighborhoods of El Secreto, Paseo Real and El Encanto. Nice houses and friendly neighbors.

  • Lagunita

    San Miguel de Allende – Lagunita Country Residential has a priviledged location with easy access to the city; direct exit to the highway to Queretaro and Mexico City and direct access to the clearings to Celaya and Dolores. A development that guarantees quality of life and added value.

  • Las Campanas

    San Miguel de Allende – Las Campanas is a residential development on a 74 acre site, where properties fit every lifestyle, from sophisticated townhouses and clustered residences to imposing villas, either lakeside or overlooking rolling hills and spectacular views of San Miguel itself.

  • Libramiento a Dolores

    San Miguel de Allende – Libramiento a Dolores is a main road that takes you to the neighboring town of Dolores but also gives access to the roads to Celaya and Querétaro. It “frees you” from having to drive though town to get to these cities.

  • Los Frailes

    San Miguel de Allende – Villa de Los Frailes is a residential area with a great combination of city life and country living. Privileged location with mountain & lake views and wonderful sunsets.

  • El Mirador

    San Miguel de Allende – El Mirador is nestled in an extraordinary setting among mature tree-lined streets, estate properties and an equestrian center. A excellent area of town to live surrounded by native vegetation in a relaxed country setting and minutes awat from the city.

  • Nuevo San Miguel

    San Miguel de Allende – Nuevo San Miguel is a private security-patrolled area from which you can walk 5 minutes to Fabrica La Aurora or 15 minutes flat to all the Centro activities. With paved streets and underground utilities.

  • Obraje

    San Miguel de Allende – Obraje is part of what at the end of the 18th century was known as Hacienda de Santa María del Obraje. It is a quiet and nice area close the center of town with wonderful views from every level.

  • Ojo de Agua

    San Miguel de Allende – Ojo de Agua neighborhood was named for the ancient church and spring located in the area where you find mostly nice and new homes. It sits above the town, therefore noise and mosquitoes are reduced, and views are enhanced. Only a fifteen-minute downhill walk to Centro.

  • Otomí

    San Miguel de Allende – Otomí is an exclusive residential and equestrian development that offers a safe environment and first world amenities. It is located in an ancient ceremonial center, close to the lake and minutes from the city through a charming cobble stoned road.

  • Palo Colorado

    San Miguel de Allende – Palo Colorado is a picturesque area located just outside of San Miguel de Allende with sweeping views of the Picacho Mountains. This is an ideal area for the equestrian enthusiast and for anybody looking for a development opportunity in the Mexican country.

  • Paseo Real

    San Miguel de Allende – Paseo Real is a fairly new residential neighborhood with really nice homes located just 10 minutes from Centro and two minutes from the commercial areas as Mega, banks, schools and restaurants. Easy access to everywhere.

  • Pozos

    Pozos used to be a “ghost town”. Now, a Magic Town, Pozos is visited by hundreds of tourists per year who want to enjoy its beautiful buildings; quiet cobbled stoned streets; artistic festivals and natural semi-desertic landscapes that hide several abandoned mines.

  • Rancho La Loma

    San Miguel de Allende – Rancho La Loma is a residential development located in the country a few minutes away from SMA on the road to Dolores Hidalgo. It has its own Country Club and equestrian center It is the perfect place to live and enjoy tranquillity and breathe fresh clean.

  • Rancho Los Labradores

    San Miguel de Allende – Rancho Los Labradores is a great country residential development in a private and safe gated community that offers a club house, gym, thermal water pools, clay tennis court, theater, convenience store, shuttle service and a coffee shop.

  • Rancho Viejo

    San Miguel de Allende – Rancho Viejo is located 12 miles from the city. It is a small village that, for many years, has been inhabited by a few Mexican families. More recently, some beautiful and large estates have been popping out to take advantage of the beautiful country surroundings.

  • Road to Alcocer

    San Miguel de Allende – Road to Alcocer is the street located behind the La Luciérnaga mall in the upper part of the town. The area combines the amenities of the city with the peacefulness and quiet of the country and beautiful views of the landscape.

  • Road to Dolores

    San Miguel de Allende – Road to Dolores is called “The Golden Corridor” and for a good reason: in it you will find some of the most beautiful ranches, haciendas, equestrian centers, hotels, etc. with the added convenience of abundant thermal waters.

  • Road to Querétaro

    San Miguel de Allende – on the Road to Querétaro you will find new and exciting residential developments, grand estates, haciendas, farms and ranches. The Road is also part of the new “Wine Route” which connects several wineries of the region.

  • San Antonio

    San Miguel de Allende – San Antonio is a mixed neigborhood close to Centro, where you can find galleries, restaurants, tennis courts, dance and yoga studios as well as little convenience stores, bakeries, mechanic shops and barber shops.

  • San Javier

    San Miguel de Allende – San Javier is one of the new gated communities located immediately off the Libramiento circling San Miguel de Allende, offering quick and easy access in and out of town or into the city´s Centro.

  • San Luis Rey

    San Miguel de Allende – San Luis Rey is a colonia located in the outskirts of town, on the Road to Dolores, and inhabited predominantly by Mexicans with more Americans buying owing to the low land prices.

  • San Rafael

    San Miguel de Allende – San Rafael is a friendly Mexican neighborhood, very close to the famous San Juan de Dios Market, the Warren Hardy Spanish School and a fifteen minute walk to the central plaza and the Parroquia.

  • Santa Julia

    San Miguel de Allende – Santa Julia is quaint Mexican Colonia, only a 15 minute walk to the Jardin.

  • Santa Matilde

    San Miguel de Allende – Santa Matilde is tucked in the Sierra Madre mountains, outside of San Miguel de Allende and sitting at an altitude of 7,045 feet. Santa Matilde enjoys sunny days mostly all year long and offers amazing views, location and settings.

  • Temazcallis

    San Miguel de Allende – Temazcallis is located in the country minutes from a championship golf resort and 15 minute drive from San Miguel. It has wonderful views of the countryside, lake and mountains.

  • Valle del Maíz

    San Miguel de Allende – Valle del Maíz is a prominently Mexican neighborhood not far from the center of town and probably one of the oldest.

  • Ventanas de San Miguel

    San Miguel de Allende – Ventanas San Miguel Golf & Resort: The detailed planning and exceptional design of this development has resulted in a world-class residential golf community. It has a breath-taking 18-hole golf course designed by Nick Faldo, one of the most successful players in the history of golf.

  • Villas Acuarela

    San Miguel de Allende – Villas Acuarela combines the comforts of the condominium design with the facilities of a residential complex, recreational and community areas and the privacy of a gated entry. Just a few steps away from Parque Juarez and Centro Historico.

  • Vista Antigua

    San Miguel de Allende – Vista Antigua is a carefully planned guard-gated community perched above the downtown area. Minutes away from the town center and close to the new Ventanas San Miguel Golf & Resort. Vista Antigua ushers in a new standard of planned luxury living into this world-famous city.