Coahuila State Side A and B Chapter 01
Destinations’ Analysis by Franco Magno
Ever since I was a boy, I’ve already heard about Coahuila state. The references that I had in those years were that it was a mountainous, desert state and that some exciting passages of Mexican history had taken place in these northern lands.
However, as I was getting old to travel, I discovered that those ideas and thoughts that I had a few springs ago about Coahuila state only represented a small idea of what is one of the most enigmatic states in Mexico.
These fascinating lands where the unique lifestyle that winegrowing provides will give you some of Mexico’s best high-end traveling experiences.
Let’s go then to the Magno side A and B of Coahuila state.
The so-called wine tourism. Coahuila’s state is one of the leading wine producers in Mexico. It’s an exciting experience. A tourist route called the “Wine route,” will delight your senses for sure.
Coahuila presents you with a series of exciting experiences to discover concerning wine tourism with more than twenty wineries that produce tons of wine and vine producing regions.
In the year 1597, the first vineyard in the American continent saw the birth of light in Coahuila. The place? Parras de la Fuente, a magical village of this majestic state.
Carrying out wine tourism in the wineries will offer you unique moments.
You won’t have only the opportunity to taste a good wine, but also to know the production processes and the whole fascinating world that encompasses the wine’s universe.
From restaurants, hotels, museums, walks, wine bars, etc., the options to fully immerse yourself in the exciting world of red and white wines in Coahuila territory will present an experience that you have to live at least once in your life.
Wine tourism makes up a small gear of what adventure tourism represents in Coahuila’s state.
I mention this because tourism based on wine isn’t an activity that will fill your adventure moments with adrenaline by itself. However, launching into the experience of Coahuila’s wine world will leave you a pleasant indelible mark after you return home.
Coahuila’s spring and summer seasons are hot. Sometimes very hot. Before you can experience the fantastic sides and angles that the enological world has in store for you in Coahuila, you must first hydrate yourselves very well.
Let me give you an example. The average temperatures that present in summer can be around 40°C (104°F), and rains can be scarce.
However, this doesn’t represent an impediment to experience fascinating moments that this special tourism type has for you in the homelands of the historic Mexican Revolution’s President, Francisco I. Madero.
This way, dealing with hot weather shouldn’t be a barrier that prevents you from enjoying all the Coahuila’s natural beauties and excellent adventure tourism options.
Coahuila state offers perfect places throughout its territory where you can cool off from the intensely hot weather.
The Magno Recommendation:
The Magno travel recommendations that are never too much. Sometime due to the din of travel transfers, you may overlook them.
Try to wear comfortable natural fabrics and light colors clothing.
Wear a good hat, right sunglasses and some sunscreen (preferably biodegradable; thank you).
And of course, a good bottle with water will allow you to concentrate your minds, souls, and senses on your fascinating odyssey through the wine’s world.
Coahuila isn’t a state that usually stands out within the Mexican states’ tourism horizon that generally captures the majority of tourism, both national and foreign.
However, if you stop a little to analyze all the good tourism and first-quality experiences options that Coahuila offers you, you’ll schedule not only one, but several visits to Coahuila.
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