What is this about?
A Colonial Town surrounded by rainforest of pine trees, holm trees among other type of trees.A picturesque and enchanting colonial town, well preserved with its cobblestone streets, charming old houses with red roof tiles and haciendas from The xix century.Mascota is located at the foot of majestic sierra Madre occidental at about 5,000 ft. high north east of Jalisco State, 105 km from Puerto Vallarta.Visitor can also enjoy candies and sweets made by locals with naturals fruits from the area
Visit: Interesting cultural, religious, architectural and archeological places, main square , the museum, Lady of Los Dolores Church and the unfinished temple "Sangre Preciosa" From XVII century.
Ceremonial and ancient pre-Hispanic settlement located in the city and municipality of Teuchitlán, approximately. One hour west of the city of Guadalajara. In the center of the largest enclosure stands a pyramid with several layers and four staircases in the cardinal points. The small temple at the top was probably dedicated to the cult of a founding ancestor buried below. Around the circular floor a sidewalk holds several platforms, each with a Bower structure similar to a House; probably it were dedicated to the ancestors or key lineages. To the right, a sacred spring gave water to the gardens rituals or was used for similar purposes.The floors of the main structure is a precise calendar of 52 years, for its construction was used stone, adobe and lime in the main buildings, have 6 pyramids, one of them was the ceremonial center; 2 were houses of the priests and 3 workshops and account also with 2 ball courts.