Veracruz

BEACHES The county of Boca Del Rio possesses all the necessary things for you to enjoy the sun and ocean in Vera Cruz, a great hotel infrastructure and of tourism with numerous restaurant establishments, night clubs, bars, stores, and sport facilities. Also the port of San Juan de Ulua will offer you a view to the response of the locals to the constant pirate attacks of the XVI century. If you prefer and experience more in touch with nature, the virgin beaches of Monte Pio and Roca Partida are the ideal place for your vacations. LOS TUXTLAS Los Tuxtlas is a region that has volcanoes in a mountainous sierra, tropical jungles in the low areas, and a warm coast bathed in gulf waters. Due to the biological diversity, this area is an ideal zone for adventurous sports, or tourist activity such as walks, rock climbing, swimm ... Read more >>



Remains of prehispanic civilizations between 1,500 and 1,200 years have been found in over 200 sites in the st ...
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Jarocha, that beautiful girl from the coast that dances to the rhythm of sound with her white dress with a sil ...
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The jungle holds the Nanciyaga Ecological Reserve. This reserve covers 40 hectares and protects the numerous s...
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Same as the majority of Mexican states, the micro, small and medium company make up 70% of the operating busin ...
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With an extension of 71,820 km2, the Mexican state of Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave takes eleventh place i ...
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Veracruz is a state known for its agricultural, forestry and fishing vocation, but also for its great industri ...
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Lic. Fidel Herrera Beltrán, Constitutional Governor of the State of Veracruz and member of Partido Revoluciona ...
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With a population of 7,011,214 inhabitants, according to the National Census of 2005 conducted by the INEGI; V ...
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The Celebration of the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Independence of Mexico
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